The Winter edition on Harlem Park To Park’s Harlem Restaurant & Retail Week 2017 has begun, so come out and enjoy some great deals at restaurants and retail in Harlem from FEBRUARY 15TH – FEBRUARY 28TH #EATSHOPPLAY See the full list of offers and deals from participating Harlem restaurants and retail. Share this:
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What’s the Best Cure
for Cabin Fever after Blizzard 2016?A visit to your favorite
Harlem neighborhood spot!Dine Harlem Drink Harlem
this week and enjoyLunch/Dinner Specials
It’s a good thing the weather forecast
looks clear all week!
Gives you plenty of time to
catch up on all the fun!
(Responsibly of course!)
Sexy Taco/Dirty CashDine HarlemCali-Style Burritos and Tacos“Ain’t No Taco Like a Sexy Taco!”
161 Lenox Avenue
Sexy Taco/Dirty CashDrink HarlemHappy Hour
Monday – Friday
3 pm – 8 pmSaturday – Sunday
5 pm – 7pm
Ponty Bistro Harlem Ms. Vinnie Knight
Harlem’s Finest Jazz
& Blues Singer
Wednesday, January 27th
7 pm – 11 pm2379 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd
The Black Pearl
Jameson and Kahlua
cocktail specials!2269 Adam Clayton Powell Jr
The Cecil HarlemLunch Now Available at The Cecil!
Every Thursday and Friday
11am to 3pmEnjoy Cecil favorites and new lunch dishes including:
Fried Chicken Sandwich served on a Sweet Bun Roll with Duck Fat Mayo and Pickled Red Onion + a bottle of Session Lager beer$14.00For full lunch menu visithttp://www.thececilharlem.com/lunch/
210 W. 118th Street
Harlem Skin & Laser ClinicBotox & Bubbly Event
Tuesday, January 26th
2 pm to 7 pm
(By appointment only)Champagne Conversation
Seven Brown and StaffServices provided
http://doctor.webmd.com/doctor/richard-leinhardt-md-b73ff544-2774-409e-87ef-322807fd9424-overview2119 Frederick Douglass Blvd
Stay Warm with a Bourbon Street!
300 W. 116th Street
Enjoy Tacos, Burgers, Wings and
reduced prices on Wine, Beer,
Sangria and Cocktails!
46 W. 116th Street
Hoodwinked EscapeBefore You Dine & Drink Harlem
You Must Escape!Book today and receive 10% discount
Use code #PLAY201610151 W. 116th Street
Ponty Bistro HarlemLive Music Every Saturday & Sunday
DJ Rich The Specializt2379 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd
In celebration of its 20th anniversary, Island Burger & Shakes is excited to announce the official opening of its third, and largest restaurant location in Morningside Heights at 3147 Broadway, between La Salle and Tieman Place (123/124). Located just steps away from Columbia University, the restaurant will serve an extensive menu of flame-grilled burgers, chicken sandwiches, entrée salads, and shakes.
“We are excited to open our doors and bring our casual grill experience to our new neighbors in Morningside Heights,” states owner Mark Calvino. “It’s our hope that the restaurant becomes the neighborhood destination for a delicious and affordable dining experience for the entire family.”
The 62 seat, full-service restaurant and bar nearly triples the size of the other two locations. Co-designed by founder Mark Calvino and partner, Sam Wong, the new location truly showcases the evolution of the brand, fusing rustic and industrial décor with 90s-era design throwbacks, wood-flanked walls and red leather banquets. The statement piece of the restaurant is the upside-down milk shake glass chandelier that hangs in the front window. A welcoming, 9-seat bar serves a portfolio of fine wines as well as artisanal and local bottled beers and brews.
Island Burgers & Shakes takes the concept of burgers and chicken sandwiches to a whole new level with over 64 variations. Diners may opt for a classic, build-your-own hamburger (starting at $9.95) or choose a specialty creation such as the staff’s favorite Here’s Gianni burger with roasted red peppers, bacon, and homemade parmesan spread on ciabatta; the decadent Hippo burger with curried sour cream, bacon, cheddar, homemade guacamole, sautéed onions, and scallions served in a whole wheat pita; the super-hot Napalm burger that’s blackened and served with BBQ sauce, jalapenos, cheddar, and habanero, and more.
Island Burgers & Shakes takes pride in the restaurant’s 20 years of business success along with its consistent use of high-quality ingredients, attentive and friendly service, affordable pricing, and casual, laidback atmosphere. The restaurant proudly serves grass-fed, antibiotic-free, Pat LaFrieda meat blend, sources its bread from local bakeries like Sullivan Street Bakery and Eli Zabar Breads, and makes most sauces and spreads in house.
For diners looking for lighter menu options, Island Burgers & Shakes serves up fresh and innovative entrée salads that can be topped with a protein of choice: hamburger, turkey burger, or grilled chicken. Some of the locals’ favorites include the Quinoa Salad with black olives, tomatoes, cucumbers, onion, fresh lemon and mint dressing; Boo Zoo Salad with mixed greens, bacon, cheddar, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, and jalapeno; or the classic Baby Kale Salad with pumpkin seeds, tomatoes, and pecorino vinaigrette dressing.
Island Burgers’ famous milk shakes complement the savory menu. Diners can choose milk or malted fountain shakes with vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, or black and white ice cream. Ice cream floats are also available.
Marcus Samuelson’s follow-up to Red Rooster called Streetbird opens on 116th and Frederick Douglass Boulevard to an enthusiastic crowd. This latest addition to the area we first dubbed as Harlem Restaurant Row ups the ante to this incredible Harlem location.
Stay tuned for our review of Streetbird Rotisserie in our HarlemRestaurantRowReviews section. This restaurant is sure to be an instant success. Welcome!
Posted in Brunch In Harlem, Community, Food, Frederick Douglass Boulevard, Harlem restaurant row, Menu Harlem Hot Spots, Menu Harlem Restaurant Row, New York City, Restaurant Reviews Tagged with: 116th Street, @HarlemHCL, @HarlemRestRow, Frederick Douglass Boulevard, Google Alerts, Harlem, Harlem Condo Life, harlem restaurant row, Harlem Restaurants, Harlem Trends, HarlemBlogger, HarlemBlogs, HarlemCondoLife.com, marcus samuelsson, Red Rooster, Street Bird, Street Bird NYC, Streetbird Rotisserie
No need to leave Harlem for NYE 2015, celebrate at your favorite watering hole, restaurant or club in Harlem! Last year almost every spot up and down Frederick Douglass Blvd (Harlem Restaurant Row), Lenox Ave and everything in-between held festive celebrations uptown.
Support your local businesses and neighborhood restaurants and bring in the new year with neighbors and friends. Last year was very successful if it is any indication of how busy this year will be, so make sure to call and make a reservation ahead of time. We have highlighted each venus website below for your convenience. It is not too early to plan New Year’s Eve is right around the corner.
Here are several places we recommend from past New Year’s Eve:
Red Rooster (DJ)
Ginny’s Supper Club (live music)
The Cecil (DJ)
Minton’s Harlem (jazz)
Maison Harlem (DJ)
Silvana (DJ) (live music)
Shrine Bar/Restaurant (DJ) (live music)
Billies Black (DJ) (live music)
Harlem Shake (DJ)
Harlem Food Bar
The 5 and Diamond
Chocolat Restaurant Lounge
Harlem Tavern (DJ) (Sports Bar)
The Park 112 (DJ)
La Bodega 47 Social Club (DJ)
67 Orange Street
Ricardo’s Steak House (Dj)
Bier International (DJ) (live music)
Cove Lounge (DJ)
Corner Social (DJ)
Camaradas El Barrio (DJ) (live music)
Posted in bier international, Central Harlem, Community, Dance, Drink, East Harlem, Food, Food and Wine, Harlem, Harlem Tavern, HarlemCondoLife, Melba's, Menu Harlem Hot Spots, Music, New York City, North Harlem, Restaurants, South Harlem (SOHA), The Cecil, West Harlem Tagged with: @HarlemHCL, Harlem, Harlem Bar Lounge, Harlem Clubs, Harlem Dj's, Harlem New Years Eve, Harlem Restaurants, HarlemBlogger, HarlemBlogs, HarlemRestaurantRow, HCL, Hot in Harlem, HrlemCondoLife.com, Live Music in Harlem, New Years Eve 2015
I finally had a chance to dine at Barawine in Harlem one chilly quiet weekday evening. I had an incredible experience.
Barawine is located in the space formerly occupied by Harlem’s first and short-lived caviar bar. The venue is beautifully laid out and visually stunning. I loved what felt like three different spaces each with unique feel and charm. The display of wine bottles is particularly beautiful. We were greeted by friendly attentive staff, all of whom spoke French. The owner greeted us warmly and identified recommended dishes all of which I tried. My dishes pictured below were warm and savory, the portions filling, and the prices right.
The wine selected by the owner was terrific. The Spicy Corn and Poblano Cheese Soup was silky smooth and just spicy enough. Every bite of the The Branzino Provencal was as flavorful and as unique as the last – truly delicious.
What I particularly like about this corner of Harlem, this particular Harlem restaurant row as it were, is that there is a decidedly french feel to it with newcomer Cheri up the block and across the street (stay tuned for our review of Cheri) and Chez Lucienne adjacent to Red Rooster up the block on the same side of the Street where Barawine is located. I love the French influence in Harlem, being of French-Canadian and Haitian descent.
Barawine Harlem is located on 200 Lenox Avenue, at the corner of 120th Street.
200 Lenox Avenue
New York, NY 10027
+1 646 756 4154
Also available via Seamless and Opentable.
Posted in Restaurant Reviews, Restaurants Tagged with: @HarlemHCL, Barawine, Barawine Harlem, cheri, Chez Lucienne, french cuisine, Harlem Restaurant reviews, harlem restaurant row, Harlem Restaurants, HarlemBlogger, HarlemBlogs, HarlemCondoLife.com Harlem Condo Life, Lenox Avenue, Red Rooster, Wine Bar
RICHARD PARSONS’ THE CECIL NAMED 2014 BEST RESTAURANT IN AMERICA BY ESQUIRE MAGAZINE
First Time a Harlem, NY Restaurant Awarded This Title
On Tuesday evening Esquire Magazine will unveil the winners of their first annual American Food & Drink Awards at The Cecil in Harlem, NY.
THE CECIL will be named the 2014 Best New Restaurant in America.
THE CECIL, created by New York businessman Richard Parsons and noted restaurateur and chef Alexander Smalls, is New York City’s first Afro-Asian-American brasserie.
Inspired by the travels, exploration and study of the African Diaspora its goal is to connect communities through food, comfort and hospitality. Afro / Asian / American cuisine is a fusion of the best of what each of those distinct food cultures has to offer.
It traces the global migration of African-descendant people through the influence of African spices, textures and cooking techniques on traditional American, Latin and Asian dishes.
Guided by this concept, Executive Chef Smalls and Chef de CuisineJoseph “JJ” Johnson have conspired to create unique plates that combine the familiar with the unexpected.
Location: 210 West 118th Street, NY, NY 10026
Posted in Brunch In Harlem, Celebrity, Central Harlem, Food, Harlem, HarlemCondoLife, Menu Harlem Hot Spots, Menu Harlem Restaurant Row, New York City, Restaurant Reviews, Restaurants, The Cecil Tagged with: @HarlemHCL, Alexander Smalls, Brunch in Harlem, eSquire, harlem restaurant row, Harlem Restaurants, HarlemCondoLife.com, Hot in Harlem, Joseph "JJ" Johnson, Minton's Harlem, New Harlem Restaurants, Richard Parsons, St Nicholas Ave, The Cecil
A KENTUCKY DERBY DAY PARTY
Saturday, May 3, 2pm-7pm
NO TICKETS NEEDED
OPEN TO ALL
Also at the Bar at Red Rooster check out Festivadad de Cinco de Mayo
Festividad De Cinco de Mayo at The Red Rooster. There is no better place to celebrate, great food, fun and atmosphere. Enjoy $7 Don Julio Tequila Margaritas and $7 Tacos.
(Cinco de Mayo is Monday, May 5th)
Posted in Central Harlem, Food, Harlem, Menu Harlem Hot Spots, New York City Tagged with: @HarlemHCL, All Things Harlem, Cinco de Mayo, Harlem, harlem blog, Harlem events, Harlem Restaurants, HarlemBlogger, HarlemBlogs, HarlemCondoLife.com, HarlemRestaurantRow, HCL, Hot in Harlem, Kentucky Derby, Red Rooster, Red Rooster Harlem, your gateway to harlem