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Eighth Avenue (Manhattan)

Harlem Food Truck Rally, New Date (Now) April 5th

Come pamper yourself, NEW DATE APRIL 5th, 2014 in Harlem on Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 117th and 118th Street for the “Harlem Food Truck Rally”.  Starting at 11:00 am to 5:00 pm!  See below for information on all the various food trucks,… Continue Reading →

Brunch at Harlem’s Bier International

By HarlemMom – I had brunch this past weekend at Bier International in Harlem.  The food was excellent as always.  I had the scrambled eggs with hummus, pita wedges and a green salad.  My husband had his favorite, the Portuguese Linguica… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s newest trees are here!

Many weeks ago rectangular openings filled with dirt but level to the ground appeared dotting the cement sidewalks lining Frederick Douglass Blvd (8th avenue).  See our previous post A Million Trees coming to Frederick Douglass Boulevard in South Harlem? These… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Frederick Cafe Bistro (Review)

By HarlemMom- My husband, daughter and I recently had lunch at Frederick Café Bistro located at 2104 Frederick Douglass Boulevard and enjoyed it very much.  I had the lentil soup and the Norwegian Smoked Salmon Panini. My husband had the… Continue Reading →

Lido Italian Restaurant – Happiness in Harlem

“Happiness in Harlem” as written on Lido’s website is an honest statement for Italian Food lovers.  We have dined here many times since they have opened and consistently the food has been great.  After taking friends their the other night… Continue Reading →

Five Course Dinner With Wine Pairings at Lido

*** There is going to be another wine and dinner pairing at Lido this coming Tuesday, September 24th at 7:30 pm.  Customers and clients have been loving these special events that Lido have been hosting lately.  We wanted to let our… Continue Reading →

Papers are up on the windows and work is in progress – Cafe 2115

Walking through the neighborhood the other day on my way to work I noticed a local Harlem Cafe featuring African fare is closed.  Located at 2115 Frederick  Douglass Blvd.,”Cafe 2115″ tucked in-between Maharaja Palace and the Laundromat  has always been brightly lit… Continue Reading →

(NEW) Heights Tavern Just Opened this week in Washington Heights

After the huge success of Harlem Tavern on Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Central Harlem, the owners have opened their latest location Heights Tavern in Washington Heights.  We have been waiting with anticipation for their new location to open and it… Continue Reading →

Uptown Battle of the Bars Showdown! Monday at Harlem Tavern

The finalists are in and it’s going down!  Monday, August 26th at Harlem Tavern hosted by Bevy Smith with music by DJ Stormin’ Norman.  Uptown Battle of Bars VIP Showdown will start at 6 pm to 10 pm at Harlem… Continue Reading →

(NEW) Savann Mediterranean Restaurant in Harlem (Review)

We were asked recently to write a blog post about Savann and now after having dinner there two different times we thought we’d share our experience.  The first time we went it wasn’t very crowded as they had just opened… Continue Reading →

UFO’S over Harlem???

Last night when I exited the subway at 125th street, there were groups of people looking at the sky and pointing. Of course, I looked up too……but saw nothing.  Shrugging my shoulders I started walking south when I saw a… Continue Reading →

Lenox Avenue Sidewalks Sizzle on June 18th

  Much of Central Harlem‘s new restaurant excitement spotlights Frederick Douglass Boulevard, but beautiful and historic Lenox Avenue has also become quite a culinary epicenter.  And this Tuesday night, eight restaurants on Harlem’s Lenox Avenue will prove that as they… Continue Reading →

Wine is back at 2235 Frederick Douglass Blvd

Out of the ashes of the FDB wineshop pioneer Harlem Vintage comes…….. Vintage Harlem. Under new ownership and new management, the warm, woody structure of the store hasn’t changed, but now there’s an expanded spirits section, more easily recognizable wines… Continue Reading →

Silvana’s sign is up!

As I was walking home this evening, I noticed this attractive marquis on the southwest corner of 116th and Frederick Douglass Blvd.  Silvana will be a “cafe boutique” featuring Middle Eastern food, international goods, and live music. Their website is… Continue Reading →

Vinateria Coming Along In Harlem

More improvements seem to be happening at the site of the new wine bar/kitchen Vinateria on 119th and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Last week crews were spotted painting the building front black. The proprietor, Mrs. Yvette Leeper-Bueno teamed up with Gabriela… Continue Reading →

Reminiscing About Harlem

by Fabsheeba for HarlemCondoLife.com @HarlemHCL I would have to say that Harlem will remain a part of me no matter where I live now. It is where I landed when making the west to east coast transition 17 years ago. I was… Continue Reading →

EVENT REMINDER: Come Celebrate (Gay) Pride In Harlem (aka Harlem Pride) June 24-25-26

By HarlemGuy | EVENT REMINDER | Come to Harlem the weekend of June 24-26 to celebrate Pride Harlem-Style. The weekend-long celebration includes a barbecue, bowling and a dance party. The park party is the only event located in a public… Continue Reading →

A Chance Encounter With The View’s Sherri Shepherd in Harlem

By HarlemGuy                                                                            … Continue Reading →

West Village’s Iconic Pink Teacup Opening In Harlem

By HarlemGuy One of my favorite spots in the West Village was the Pink Teacup, a purveyor of Soul Food and resident of Grove Street for 55 years and once frequented by celebrities Bill Cosby, Susan Sarandon and Whoopi Goldberg. That’s… Continue Reading →

West Village's Iconic Pink Teacup Opening In Harlem

By HarlemGuy One of my favorite spots in the West Village was the Pink Teacup, a purveyor of Soul Food and resident of Grove Street for 55 years and once frequented by celebrities Bill Cosby, Susan Sarandon and Whoopi Goldberg. That’s… Continue Reading →

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