THE HARLEM PEARL – 4 DAY DETOX
The Harlem Pearl’s Opening Dinner and Lecture
Join us for the launch of The Lyn-Genet Plan’s The Harlem Pearl!
Tuesday, October 2 at 7pm – Lecture and dinner
The 5 and Diamond Restaurant
2072 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
(located between 112th and 113th Streets)
New York, NY 10026
$45 for a 4-course tasting menu
Lyn-Genet will be giving a lecture on The Plan and we will be serving food from The Plan cookbook.
Attendees who wish to purchase the 4 Day Detox from The Harlem Pearl will also receive free 4 days of free nutritional support with a Plan nutritionist!
The Lyn-Genet Plan is not a diet. It is a way of eating that will help you lose weight, reverse the aging process, and fight disease. Through The Plan, you will learn that your weight is nothing more than data and from this data we learn how your body reacts to certain foods. Once you determine your ‘trigger’ foods and learn how to create your own menus through working one-on-one with a nutritionist, you will be able to achieve and maintain your personal health goals.
This is for return and new clients so please spread the word to YOUR friends and family!
Space is limited, please RSVP by Friday, Sept 28 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Plan and The 5 and Diamond!
We’re excited to let you know you can purchase days 1-4 of The Lyn-Genet Plan from the soon to be opened Harlem Pearl! Looking for a wonderful restaurant experience? Eduardo Polit, acclaimed executive chef of The 5 and Diamond, is now serving Plan friendly food for lunch and dinner.
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credit: Levain Bakery
By HarlemGuy One of my favorite pastimes while traveling is looking for references to Harlem.
So I was pleasantly surprised to see the following roadside sign while driving back from a recent trip to Amaganset in the Hamptons.
Curious, I ran in to confirm what I suspected. As many of you may know we have a Levain Bakery right here in Harlem’s Gold Coast / Restaurant row, on the West Side of Frederick Douglass Boulevard, between 116th and 117th. A few steps away from Harlem Tavern, Lido, and a few blocks away from Melba’s, Society, Five & Diamond, Bier International and Zoma, to name just a few.
That being said I took the opportunity to stop by, spend a moment with one of the owners and the staff who were of course suitably dressed. I particularly loved the Harlem 10026 T-shirt!
I love that we have a little piece of the Hamptons in Harlem. Better yet, I love that there’s a little bit of Harlem in the Hamptons.
This is made all the sweeter (no pun intended) when you consider that Levain bakery is also one of Oprah’s favorites.
And of course my favorite cookie is what else but Dark Chocolate Chocolate Chip.
Of which I promptly purchased several.
In Harlem, of course (smile).
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The 5 and Diamond has gone through many transitions over the past year but always seems to come out on top. Starting today May 22, they will have Sunday Super Club with special guest vocalist Gail Blache (click here for the full story).
For more on 5 and Diamond see our previous posts – the last “restaurant review” was in August 2010 by yours truly, HarlemHouse. I’ve been there several times since and it continues to remain crowded. We wish them success with their Sunday Night Supper Club. I’ll be there tonight to check it out.
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