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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Ever wondered about how to learn to butcher, prep, cook and serve lamb? Well, now is your chance to pick up that skill right here in Harlem at 5 & Diamond located at 2072 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
Starting Monday, June 7, Five & Diamond is launching its first bi-weekly supper club/cooking class. For $55 bucks a person, you can learn all the attributes of lamb! And the interesting part of this course aside from learning about the lamb, is you’ll get to learn from bad boy chef Ryan Skeen. Hmm…could be fun and interesting! Let’s just hope the cooking class is much better than his hand/keg stand shown below.
Five & Diamond flier
Photo by Joannie
Posted in Harlem, Restaurants Tagged with: Five&Diamond, Frederick Douglass Blvd., Harlem, Hgl, Restaurants