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Cecil Hosts Harlem Industry Night and Rocks Brunch Through May

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Our next Harlem Industry Nightevent is Monday May 23rd. Nate Adler and Jonah Miller ofHuertas will take over Minton’s for one special night you won’t want to miss.
Saturday and Sunday for Brunch at The Cecil
Continues Through May
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Dannis Winston to Perform at The Cecil Harlem

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Join international bandleader (the first African-American in the wedding industry), musician and founder of one of New York Magazine’s Top 100 Wedding Bands – Winston’s Crew Collective ,Dannis Winston with his live ensemble at his spring performance at The Cecil Harlem.
 
Sunday, April 10, 2016
11:00am – 3:00pm
The  Cecil  Harlem

210 W. 118th Street (at St. Nicholas Avenue)

212.866.1262

www.thececilharlem.com

The Cecil Harlem’s prix-fixe brunch includes one snack, one brunch entree and one brunch cocktail for $32, per person.
No cover charge for performance. Reservations are highly recommended.
 
About Dannis Winston:
Dannis Winston, international bandleader, musician and founder of Mr. Winston has received press coverage for his entrepreneurship, music prowess and philanthropy from Black Enterprise,Brides.com, DNAInfo.com, HuffingtonPostPopSugarWNYC TV “What’s Eating Harlem” and other outlets.

For press inquiries with Mr. Winston or for day of event coverage, please contact: Wilson Marshall PR + Special Events, wilsonmarshallnyc@gmail.com or 646.721.4375

Shrine Happy Hour All Weekend!

Shrine

Come Join us for Shrine DAILY HAPPY HOUR 

Bringing Harlem Spirit Back from 4-8PM

$3 Select Draft Beers.

Brooklyn Lager, Guinness, Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken, Anchor Steam, & more.

$4 Frozen Margaritas & Pina Coladas

$5 Glass of Wine. $2 Tequila. $7 Chicken Wings w/ choice of side.

Playing a mix of the Best Music of all Time.

Outdoor Seating available

Chameleon

Thursday March 17
11pm-12am
CHAMELEON CULTURE
Eclectic/ Folk Sonic Punch
Thursday March 17
6-7pm: Ayumi Ishito – Jazz
7-8pm: The Alpha Band – Jazz
8-9pm: Mountain Ghost – Funk
9-10pm: See-Matic – Ambient
10-11pm: Strange Changes – Pop Rock
11pm-12am: Chameleon Culture – Eclectic-Folk Sonic Punch
12-3:45am: DJ Nenim from Nigeria
Funkaholic
Friday March 18
10pm-12am
THE FUNKAHOLICS ALLSTARS 
Soul/ Funk
Friday March 18
6-8pm: Bringing Conscious Back
8-10pm: Breakfast For The Boys – Blues / Funk / Jazz / Soul
10pm-12am: The Funkaholics AllStars + J.ET – Funk
12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast
Mamoudou
Saturday March 19
10pm-12am
MAMOUDOU KONATE & AFROPERCUSSION BENKADI
World Music
6-8pm: Noshir Mody Sextet – Jazz
8-9pm: Norman Davis & The Family – R&B
9-10pm: Famous Geniuses – Swing Blues Country Roc
10pm-12am: Mamoudou Konate & AfroPercussion Benkadi – World
12-3:45am: DJ JP Biamby
Far East
Sunday March 20
10pm-12am
THE FAR EAST & BOOMSHOT RIDDIM COLLECTIVE FROM BROOKLYN
Reggae
5-8pm: The Shrine Sunday Jazz Jam Session with Lu Reid
www.myspace.com/lureidangel
8-9pm: Brian Detlefs – Singer Songwriter
9-10pm: The Mighty JSE- Rock
10-11pm: The Far East- Reggae
11pm-12am: Boomshot Riddim Collective- Reggae
12-3:45am: Crown Kings Reggae Sundays – Reggae Night  www.facebook.com/CrownKingsNYC
Walter
Monday March 21
6-8pm
WALTER FISCHBACHER TRIO FEAT. ALITA MOSES
Jazz
6-8pm: Walter Fischbacher Trio feat. Alita Moses – Jazz
www.walterfischbacher.com/alitamoses
8-9pm: Bowtie Dave – Pedal Looper / Funk / Groove / Soul
9pm-12am: Flaca Music – Showcase
10pm-12am: DJ Natt from Japan

Brunch at Harlem’s Bier International

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Bier International in Harlem

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 and Scrambled Eggs Fajitas.  His was served with guacamole and baby organic greens as well.  This place never misses on food, however this time the service was lacking and we reflected it in our tip.  This has been one of our favorite places in Harlem since they opened, so this is why we were surprised by our server.  Unfortunately, the owners Ousmane Keita and Chris Pollok were not there this day.  One or both of them are usually there and two of the nicest guys in Harlem.

This being said, our waitress gave us menus but took a while to come by to take our order and it was not because she was busy.  We placed our order which included a juice for my husband.  My coffee came but we had to call her over and remind her about the juice which had been at the service area for some time.  We saw a table of 5 near us that had menus but they got up and left due to her lack of service.  Besides great food Bier International is in my opinion the best kid friendly place on the boulevard.  This might have to do with the fact that both Chris and Ousmane have kids of their own.  The food is consistently good and normally so is the service.  This is why I wanted to share my experience.

We look forward to many more great meals there with our infant daughter.

(Every Friday night, from 8 p.m. until.., DJ Ouaga spinning world beats.  See Bier International’s  website below for “December Events” and Menu.)

Bier International

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