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Frederick Douglass Blvd.

Melba’s – Still the Queen

By NativeNewYorker When it opened in 2005, Melba’s was one of the first new restaurants to arrive on Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Boulevard. This warm, welcoming, elegant establishment serves “American comfort food”. The menu now includes a few “healthy eating” items… Continue Reading →

NEW RESTAURANT “H” Harlem Savour Of Seafood

For all of you seafood lovers a new addition to Frederick Douglass Boulevard just opened called  Harlem Savour Of Seafood, Inc.  Very reasonably priced with a simple but tasteful selection. All the dishes are named after the famous Streets of… Continue Reading →

Lunch at Harlem Tavern

By Icare4Harlem I didn’t go to Harlem Tavern on the opening night as it was just too packed.  After passing by on several occasions, I finally ventured in to enjoy a mid-afternoon lunch.  Well, I couldn’t have picked a better… Continue Reading →

MCMB Cleaners Still In Harlem

By Icare4Harlem I remember when I first moved to Harlem, empty lots, vacant store fronts, and limited housing appeared to be the norm.  The long time residents sure seemed to know where the hot spots were but being the newbie,… Continue Reading →

Black Cowboys Ride into Harlem this Friday

By NativeNewYorker This Friday, July 15th, from 12 noon to 4 pm, the Federation of Black Cowboys will again transform West 113th Street (between Frederick Douglass Blvd & Manhattan Avenue) into a rodeo.  The cowboys will be demonstrating their riding skills and rope… Continue Reading →

Sign says Harlem Tavern officially opening July 1

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife A reader provided us with a nice photo this morning about Harlem Tavern! I believe the photo says it all-opening day at Harlem Tavern starts at 5 pm, July 1! See you there! And a big… Continue Reading →

Harlem Tavern delays opening to Fourth of July weekend

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife If you were planning on stopping by Harlem Tavern tomorrow night, June 29, don’t. They’re not quite ready yet. They just passed their last inspection last night (June 27) and over the weekend they put out… Continue Reading →

Harlem In The Hamptons (or is it The Hamptons In Harlem)?

By HarlemGuy                                                                            … Continue Reading →

Harlem Tavern to open next week

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife UPDATE: Harlem Tavern is having a soft opening this coming Wednesday, June 29! Not the 27th! The day is near when Harlem’s newest beer garden will officially open to the public. Harlem Tavern recently had their… Continue Reading →

Harlem Tavern fun facts, inside Harlem’s up and coming beer garden

By HarlemCondoLife We continue our series called Inside Harlem Tavern. We recently told you about how Harlem Tavern is going unisex all the way with their toilets. Let’s now turn our attention to the fun facts about the bar and… Continue Reading →

Three adjacent lots on Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Blvd for sale

By HarlemCondoLife Ever wonder what three adjacent lots on Frederick Douglass Blvd will cost? The answer is…$4 million dollars! That’s what 2126 FDB at the corner of West 115th Street is going for, according to Tungsten Property. They apparently have… Continue Reading →

The evolution of a Harlem bodega

By Austin2Harlem Since the beginning of April, one of my favorite Harlem bodegas has been going through a major transformation. It’s the bodega on the corner of West 112th Street and Frederick Douglass Blvd. I spoke with the owner recently and… Continue Reading →

Honeycomb Burgers to join Harlem’s restaurant row

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife The block on Frederick Douglass Blvd between 119th and 120th appears to be filling up with places to dine pushing this part of Harlem along as restaurant row. First there was Moca, which was really the… Continue Reading →

Harlem featured in UK’s Financial Times

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife I always say “one can’t swing a bat lately without hitting the word “Harlem.” The Financial Times, the UK-based business paper, has now featured Harlem in their April 30 House and Home edition. Not too long… Continue Reading →

Harlem Tavern coming June 2011

By Austin2Harlem I was running errands today (April 17th) and look what I saw!!! I think this sign says it all! Let’s hope they really mean it regarding the June opening date! That would be a perfect time to open… Continue Reading →

Happy hour now available at Lido Restaurant Harlem, lunch to be offered starting April 14

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife I stopped by Lido at 2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd last night to grab a bite to eat and see what’s the latest with the Italian eatery. There are a few new things happening and coming up…. Continue Reading →

Five and Diamond Harlem participates in Village Voice Annual Tasting, Spring/Summer menu arriving soon

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife The Village Voice’s Fourth Annual Tasting took place recently and Harlem’s very own 5 and Diamond, located at 2072 Frederick Douglass Blvd., participated. The event allowed some 1,700 guests to sample food from more than 30 nations…. Continue Reading →

Lido Italian Restaurant & Bar to open in February

By HarlemGal Looks like the space at 2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd will continue to be an Italian restaurant based on these photos! I walked over to the corner of FDB and 117th Street this morning after a follower on Twitter… Continue Reading →

Meet Sugarleaf Vineyards and its tie to Harlem

By HarlemGal Two weeks ago, I blogged about the top-selling wines at The Winery. When I wrote that post I was asked “where else can one purchase wine in Harlem?”  The response I quickly gave was Harlem Vintage or stop by… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Boulevard is a finalist in Curbed Cup

By HarlemCondoLife Pardon my lateness regarding this post. I have been on holiday…(still am) and have fallen behind on my blog posting. Any how, I have received several messages about our awesome neighborhood/community, ie the surrounding area of FDB, being… Continue Reading →

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