Tag: Historic Harlem

Harlem CDC Ribbon Cutting at Richard Parson’s Supper Club Minton’s and The Cecil

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Harlem Community Development Corporation (Harlem CDC), state and local officials, and community leaders will celebrate the opening of a Harlem landmark with a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly restored Minton’s and The Cecil restaurants on…

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Harlem’s Open-Air African Market

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By NativeNewYorker You’ve probably noticed it when you go across 116th Street – the colorful  entrance is hard to miss.  But if you’ve never gone inside, you are missing one of Harlem’s more unique experiences.  Stepping through the…

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Melba’s restaurant in Harlem is expanding!

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Do you love Melba’s as much as we do?  Then you will get to love more of Melba’s soon.  The famed restaurant featuring what Melba herself describes as “america’s comfort food” is expanding next door. The much anticipated…

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The Legendary Minton’s Supper Club to open again in Harlem

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A return to elegance in the historic village of Harlem.  The day has come for Minton’s to open officially to the public Monday, October 21st.  The Cecil next door and jointly owned just opened last month with a…

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Want to live in a townhouse on historic Strivers’ Row in Harlem?

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If you have run out of space and are looking for more room this 6 day on the market townhouse is for sale on historic Strivers’ Row.   This 5 beds, 4 baths, 4,480 sq.ft home is on…

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Minton’s and Cecil Two New Joints in Harlem with Old Appeal Coming this Fall

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These new long awaited restaurants will take Harlem up several notches this fall.  Cecil is opening in September and Minton’s Jazz Club will open in October.  Minton’s as many may remember goes way way back to the 30’s…

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Winner Of The Corner Social Mural Contest In Harlem Is…

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The winner of the Corner Social mural competition is Paul Deo.  Congratulations to Paul and to all of the finalists for participating.  I think it is great that Corner Social and the Harlem Arts Alliance involved the community with…

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