Tag: Nectar

Gateway To Harlem on NY1 – Frederick Douglass Boulevard

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Last week NY1 showed an entire segment on the renewed energy on Frederick Douglasss Boulevard between 110th and 124th streets.   Businesses and residents working together to make the strip a destination for all of the neighborhoods shopping…

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NECTAR “An Evening of Exquisite Food & Wine”

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By HarlemHouse You do not want to miss this special event at Nectar Wine Bar Saturday October 22nd.  Join the Nectar team as they turn over the kitchen to Chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson.  Experience why he won Rocco’s Dinner…

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NECTAR “Saturday Spin” HARLEM

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NECTAR "Saturday Spin" HARLEM

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Sidewalk seating available at Nectar in Harlem

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By HarlemCondoLife There is another place in Harlem to sit outside and enjoy the wonderful summer weather-and sip some delicious wine to go along with it. Nectar, located at 2235 Frederick Douglass Blvd, installed their sidewalk seating yesterday,June…

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Meet Sugarleaf Vineyards and its tie to Harlem

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By HarlemGal Two weeks ago, I blogged about the top-selling wines at The Winery. When I wrote that post I was asked “where else can one purchase wine in Harlem?”  The response I quickly gave was Harlem Vintage or…

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Friday Night/ Harlem

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By HarlemHouse “Did it up” in Harlem.  The restaurant and nightlife scene was PACKED last Friday night in Harlem. I started at MOJO’S for dinner and drinks with friends.  It was very crowded and I had the pleasure…

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NECTAR Wine Bar

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By HarlemHouse What can I say about Nectar Wine Bar.  This new hot spot created by owners Eric Woods & Jai Jai Greenfield has created a gathering for those of us uptown, and everywhere, that have been craving…

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Is FDB becoming the restaurant row in Harlem?

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For the last couple of years (let’s say three, which isn’t that long), there have been a number of new cafes, restaurants, and bars that have opened up along Frederick Douglass Blvd between 111th and 119th Street. If…

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