THE HARLEM PEARL – 4 DAY DETOX
The Harlem Pearl’s Opening Dinner and Lecture
Join us for the launch of The Lyn-Genet Plan’s The Harlem Pearl
Tuesday, October 16 at 7pm – Lecture and dinner
The 5 and Diamond Restaurant
2072 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
(located between 112th and 113th Streets)
$45 for a 4-course tasting menu
Lyn-Genet will be giving a lecture on The Plan and we will be serving food from The Plan cookbook. Attendees who wish to purchase the 4 Day Detox from The Harlem Pearl will also receive free 4 days of free nutritional support with a Plan nutritionist!
This is for return and new clients so please spread the word to YOUR friends and family! Space is limited, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Previous Post about The Harlem Pearl on HarlemCondoLife.
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Jado Sushi Harlem
Since our first couple visits and reviews of Jado Sushi, we recently went back and were pleased to see that they now offer an impressive assortment of choices on their full menu. Almost too many choices to decide between. In addition to everything that was on the sampler pre-grand opening menu they now offer a large selection of classic dishes as well as many interesting new ones.
We spoke with the owner Nobu, and he said the middle of August had slowed down a little bit with business but they are now busy again and seem to be getting positive reviews. We went on a Tuesday night and it was a good size crowd and the sushi bar in the back was full. Jado is a great place for the “singles crowd” here in Harlem, who want to swing by for a solo dinner on their way home from work. A friend to our blog says that he enjoys sitting at the Sushi bar after work located in the back once a week. Quick, easy, satisfying, healthy and you might even meet someone!
Please see our review of Jado Sushi In Harlem.
Favorite selections from those of us here at HarlemCondoLife: The glazed short ribs, fried oysters and the jado chicken Small Plate starters. The sushi medley or the jado sushi and sashimi ensemble, a great introduction to their sushi. The miso marinated black cod, bok choi. One of the best black cod dishes in the city. Their Fiji green tea to cleanse the palate. If you have any room left for desert the tempura ice cream. A must try.
Jado Sushi Harlem
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IN THE SPIRIT
The 5 and Diamond Restaurant PresentsKERSTEN STEVENS
Jazz and Gospel Violinist
Thursday August 16, 2012 7:30pm$45 Pre-Fixe Menu w/ Champagne Toast
David Martinez, Executive Chef
Featuring the Signature “In the Spirit” Cocktail
Reserve now 646-684-4662
About Kersten Stevens
There’s a sound, a musical spiritedness, that transcends the boundaries of contemporary music and transforms the listener from the inside out. Kersten Stevens is a uniquely dedicated artist whose fusion of jazz and gospel discovers this powerful balance between art and sensibility.
Anointed, electrifying and passionate, Kersten has opened for President Barack Obama, the legendary Ray Charles, Denzel Washington, and performed with world-renowned jazz violinist and her mentor Regina Carter. Kersten is a graduate from Yale University with a BA in Music and African American Studies. A three-time Amateur Night at the Apollo winner and a three-time “Showtime at the Apollo” champion, she currently serves the Apollo Theater as the on-camera personality and social media correspondent for Amateur Night at the Apollo.
Thursday, August 16 Kersten unveils cuts from her forthcoming album INSPIRE ME in the intimate, culinary setting of Harlem’s 5 and Diamond Restaurant.
About The 5 and Diamond Restaurant
Part of Manhattan’s culinary world has rooted itself in one of the most cutting edge neighborhoods in NYC—Harlem. The 5 and Diamond Restaurant is located on Frederick Douglass Boulevard, referred to as the new “Restaurant Row” by the New York Times.
The 5 and Diamond Restaurant offers refined contemporary American fare and genuine Harlem hospitality. Chef David Martinez prepares food with passion — combining fresh seasonal ingredients and bold flavors with a refined presentation. He is committed to local, organic produce and is inspired by his culinary experience here and in Europe. The 5 and Diamond Restaurant is upscale casual with large windows, sexy lighting, vibrant floral arrangements and soft jazzy music in the background. It is an easy place to drop in at any time. Dine alone at the intimate bar, or enjoy a drink or meal while watching your favorite sports event. Come with friends and family to celebrate, or have a romantic dinner for two. Just remember to leave enough room for the decadent desserts, all made in-house.
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Now you can enjoy Cafe Amrita indoors and outdoors. A friend of HarlemCondoLife let us know that Cafe Amrita now has outdoor seating. They have been steadily doing good business now for many years and their additional seating looks great.
Conveniently located 0n 110th and Frederick Douglass Boulevard right by the subway stop, Amrita is a great spot to have a coffee solo or a beer with a friend. We often have our Blog meetings there as they also have wi-fi. Please see our review by Austin2Harlem from a couple years back of Cafe Amrita.
301 11oth Street
New York, NY 10026
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