Red Rooster’s MIDNIGHT BRUNCH!!!
You know when you are out at a club on a Friday or Saturday night and then you want to go for breakfast afterwards? Well now you can do it all in one! Make a reservation for “Midnight Brunch” at Red Rooster in Harlem from 12-4am.
To top it off you can jam to the sounds of music master mixologist DJ Stormin Norman on Fridays and Herbert Holler on Saturdays while you get your drink and brunch on. Good music, good food and a great crowd. Sounds good to me!
To make a reservation for this hot spot in Harlem call (212) 792-9001 Red Rooster.
Red Rooster Harlem
310 Lenox Avenue at 125th
New York, New York
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Residents have long complained about speeding motorists along an 11 block stretch of Morningside Ave. between W. 116th and W. 126th Sts. This stretch runs along Morningside Park and contains numerous playgrounds and other facilities used by kids, parents, families and others year round.
The Police Department issued 263 speeding tickets between January and October last year along the corridor. More than 100 people have been injured there from 2007 to 2011 (the city was unable to provide injury data for the last two years).
In response the Department of Transportation wants to reduce four traffic lanes to three. The city’s plan would include pedestrian islands on Morningside Ave. at W. 123rd St., W. 120th St., W. 118th St., and W. 117th St., concrete extensions, a stop sign at W. 118th St., an additional pedestrian signal and a new crosswalk at Hancock Place.
However one of the two community boards that need to approve the proposal recently failed to do so, noting more time is needed to hear from plan proponents and opponents.
Some local residents are not happy with the delay. A change.org petition has been setup to address the problem. Click here to view and sign the petition. It contains a nice before and after visual and other details of the proposed plan.
via Harlem community board puts brakes on city plan to slow down speeding traffic on Morningside Ave. – NY Daily News.
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Train your brain. This does not require any athletic activity. This is yoga for your mind. We are enthusiastic to encourage you to join in the mental aerobics of the mind this Friday, October 18, at 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm with Lara Land at Land Yoga.
There has been plenty said of the power of attraction, some of it on point and some of it not. Understand what the power of attraction is, how it works, and how you can start to use it to get where you’re going. Like a director, our brains are constantly editing what information we consciously receive. Learn to be in charge of what you are receiving. TRAIN YOUR BRAIN by creating a clear mission and life path.
Gentle meditation, Journal Writing and Vision Board Direction.
Bring pictures of yourself and images which inspire you.
Train Your Brain Workshop $30. Register HERE.
2116 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
New York, NY 10026
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“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 we took a few photos of our dinner that we wanted to share and spoke with Susannah Koteen, the owner of Lido. We complimented Susannah that we appreciate the welcoming vibe and reliable service that you can always expect when visiting Lido. They have loyal diners who return regularly no doubt because of the service and their food.
A born and raised Harlemite friend who recently just moved out of the area, insisted while visiting last week that we eat at Lido as he missed their cuisine. I hadn’t been in several months and was happy to go.
For the appetizers we had Tomato, Basil, and Fresh Mozzarella, Aged Prosciutto di Parma, and an assortment of other starters which are easily shareable.
For dinner we had the Baked Halibut, Chamoula Marinade, Red Pepper Rouille over Asparagus, Parmesan, Basil Risotto (mouthwatering good!), the Ricotta Ravioli, Charred Eggplant, with Orange Mint and Almonds, and the special of the day Under a Brick Chicken with Garlic Mashed Potatoes. Very flavorful and filling. We would also recommend their Grass-fed Organic Strip Steak or the Gnocchi with Truffle Butter and Sage which is rich and cooked just to the right texture.
For desert we sampled a couple things but I recommend the Sunday below if you really want to treat yourself….
Make sure to ask for their daily specials. I try and have something new each time if I can resist ordering the Halibut with Risotto but I usually cave in and get the Halibut. It’s just one of those perfect meals that have you coming back for more.
They have a very lively and popular bar scene as well, for those who just want to swing by for a drink and appetizer with a friend or to meet new friends. Lido’s also host many events throughout the year from viewing political debates, gayborhood mixers for LGBT community, and featured wine dinners, which they will be having again real soon in the near future.
2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
(on the corner of 117th Street)
New York, NY 10026
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