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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 Tavern goes unisex with you know what!

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife First we told you about Harlem Tavern’s menu and drink list as part of our Inside Harlem Tavern series. We continue our series with a topic that some might find odd or unnecessary, but we think… Continue Reading →

Coming soon, A Sea in Harlem on Saint Nicholas Avenue

By HarlemCondoLife We were walking along St. Nicholas Avenue the other day and saw these signs that said ” A Sea in Harlem, Fish and Chips, Coming Soon,” posted on the southwest corner building located of West 113th Street and… Continue Reading →

First look at Harlem Tavern’s cocktail list

By HarlemCondoLife As promised through our Inside Harlem Tavern series, we have some additional information on their menu. We now turn to their cocktail list. First up is the Banana Sidecar: Hennessy, 99 bananas, and fresh lemon juice. This drink… Continue Reading →

Inside Harlem Tavern

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife There is a lot of excitement building, on and offline, around Harlem Tavern, the latest establishment soon joining Harlem’s restaurant row. There is so much excitement that every where you turn either on local blogs or… 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 →

Morningside Park Farmers Market returns May 28

It seems just like yesterday I was buying organic honey, nuts, and bread outdoors from Morningside Park Farmers Market. Where did the year go? Now I have to get my grocery list ready because shopping at Morningside Park begins this… Continue Reading →

Harlem Tavern signage up and very visible

By HarlemCondoLife Take a walk along Frederick Douglass Blvd to the northwest corner of 116th Street and you will see big red letters that spell out “Harlem Tavern.” You can’t miss it! The signage went up yesterday! The folks at… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Les Ambassades featured in The Wall Street Journal

By HarlemCondoLife According to today’s article in The Wall Street Journal, one’s palate can go global in Harlem at Les Ambassades, located at 2200 Frederick Douglass Blvd. Or should the article state going glocal, not global? For those of us who… Continue Reading →

Harlem Flo buds another store, Busboys and Poets to look elsewhere in Harlem

By HarlemCondoLife As expected, Harlem Flo has germinated another store at 2280 Frederick Douglass Blvd., which is about a block away from their flagship store.  I walked by Harlem Flo recently and checked out their window displays. They’re looking good!… Continue Reading →

Costumes galore at Harlem Meer's 2010 Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Sail

By HarlemGal The immaculate Fall weather was the perfect backdrop for the 2010 Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Sail located at Harlem Meer. Plus all the costumes present made the day that much brighter. I saw little dinosaurs, tigers, lions, pirates… Continue Reading →

There is a rose in Spanish Harlem, an abundance on East 116th Street

By HarlemGal Do you remember the song by Ben King called “There is a rose in Spanish Harlem?” It is an oldie, but goodie hit! We thought of this song recently when we passed by the flower stand on the… Continue Reading →

Harlem Art Walk 2010 provided medley of artistry

By HarlemGal Saturday and Sunday (October 9th and 10th) were absolutely gorgeous days to be out and about in Harlem. I took advantage of the wonderful weather with an art walk around Harlem…for free! The Harlem Art Walk was a… Continue Reading →

Wonderful weather compliments success of Harlem Harvest Festival and Fresh Food Summit

By HarlemGal This past week my fellow blogger, NativeNewYorker, told you about the Harlem Harvest Festival and Fresh Food Summit taking place on October 9. Did you check it out? We did and enjoyed the event very much! The vegetable… Continue Reading →

Harlem rezoning plus Frederick Douglass Boulevard equals restaurant row

Frederick Douglass Blvd is in the news again! Some entities are clearly getting it that FDB from 110th Street to 125th Street is the place to be! DNAinfo.com and The New York Times have recently filed stories about FDB and how… Continue Reading →

Brunch in Harlem bier international style

By HarlemGal If you did not get out-of-town this Labor Day weekend and you’re wondering who is serving brunch all three days in Harlem, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, we have a suggestion for you! Bier international in Harlem is now… Continue Reading →

Lenox Avenue corner in Harlem becoming a pharmacy?

Has anyone noticed the construction taking place on the southwest corner of Lenox Avenue and 116th Street? This was another interesting tidbit I stumbled across over the weekend, however, not as interesting to date as the sales rep at 2280… Continue Reading →

H&M and Uptown Magazine celebrate the grand re-opening of H&M Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife H&M and Uptown Magazine celebrated on July 29 the grand re-opening of H&M in Harlem, which is located on 125th Street between Lenox Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd. The hosts packed the fashion retail… Continue Reading →

Beauty shop alert in Central Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Taking my usual stroll up Frederick Douglass Boulevard, I noticed another store front papered with question marks. Is it just me that notices this approach? Practically most new businesses use this method in Harlem. The store… Continue Reading →

Swing by in Harlem to get your ‘I love Harlem’ t-shirt

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife A few weeks ago I was enjoying a nice evening at Mojo in Harlem during their reverse happy hour. I noticed the wait staff had on these attractive t-shirts that said ‘I love Harlem.’ I quickly… Continue Reading →

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