The Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance and Experience: Harlem invite you to The third annual Food & Drink Boulevard summer kick-off. It will be held on Frederick Douglass Blvd from W. 111th – W. 123rd Streets. Thursday, May 8th from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Tickets are $10.00 at the door or 2 tickets for the price of one in advance at www.fdb.eventbrite.com
This event is always a blast and a perfect way to enjoy the nice weather while mingling with friends and meeting new ones. See the restaurants and businesses that will be featured this year. See you there!
5 & Diamond,
67 Orange Street,
Harlem Food Bar,
The Park 112,
Presented by Spring Bank.
Stop by Harlem Food Bar from 5 – 8pm any night through October 15th for Harlem Restaurant Week’s Oktoberfest. They are offering a prix fixe menu for $20.12
*Also check out HFB’s Happy Tuesday’s Hosted by Jamar Dunn every Tuesday night, More info here.
HFB is located on Frederick Douglass Blvd. (between 113 & 114 Street)
By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife
According to NY1, Zagat surveyors, the experts on rating everything, have bestowed our historic and charming Lenox Lounge in Harlem with strong ratings, not necessarily for drinks and music, but for food, i.e. dining out. Sharron Cannon, general manager of Lenox Lounge, said their entire menu has been revamped where they now offer homemade made items.
In the NY1 video, the Lenox Lounge food dishes look divine and they must be because Zagat issued Lenox Lounge high marks. Located at 125th Street and Lenox Avenue, Lenox received a 23 for appeal, nineteen for decor, twenty-one for service and an E for expensive. What can one expect from a place where legends like Billie Holiday, BB King and Miles Davis use to hang.
288 Lenox Avenue
How many ways can you say beer in a different language? And can you spell it out in that language as well? I was recently asked these questions by the owners and designer of the upcoming bier international in Harlem, which will be located at 2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd. I answered the questions honestly. I only knew how to say beer in one other language and spell it out. I said “cerveza!” The folks at bier international, which I learned the name of the beer pub is not capitalized, said that was perfect and if I wanted to write it on their big, white wall that will be the home to the word “beer” in multiple languages. If you look at the rendering of the upcoming beer joint, it shows writing on the wall.
Any how, I said yes. I would love too! I was given the fun privilege of writing the word “cerveza” in brownish colored paint high up on their wall. I was a bit nervous writing on their freshly painted wall, but I did it and did not mess up! So when you head on over to bier international for a brewski and you see the word “cerveza” on the wall, you know the story behind it.
I hope bier international in Harlem opens up soon. I am getting thirsty!