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Sign up for the Miss Harlem Shake Competition

 

Miss-HarlemShake-2015Harlem Shake invites you to be THE face of Harlem Shake restaurant.  They are now accepting applications for the 2015 Miss Harlem Shake competitionMiss Harlem Shake 2014 Winner Ijeoma Eboh took the top honor last year.   All you have to do is fill out the application and describe why you embody the spirit that makes Harlem special. You could win $500 for yourself, $1000 for a local charity of your choice and FREE Harlem Shake burgers for a year!Download the 2015 Miss Harlem Shake competition application or pick up an application anytime at Harlem Shake on 124th street and Lenox Avenue, and send to mhs2015@harlemshakenyc.com with a photo attached by July 15th.  Good luck!

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NYC Summer Restaurant Week Starts Today – Harlem

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NYC Restaurant Week is back!

A few local restaurants are included, including Red Rooster.
We would like to see more Harlem restaurants including those featured in HarlemCondoLife’s restaurant reviews here.  Leave a comment below if you know of any additional places and we will help to spread the word!

Summer Restaurant Week starts today July, 22nd and runs to August 16th, 2013. A great reason to try out some new restaurants as well as supporting your favorites.  Bon Appétit.

http://m.nycgo.com/rw#srw-venues-geo

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Silvana’s sign is up!

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As I was walking home this evening, I noticed this attractive marquis on the southwest corner of 116th and Frederick Douglass Blvd.  Silvana will be a “cafe boutique” featuring Middle Eastern food, international goods, and live music. Their website is not up yet but rumor has it that this latest addition to Frederick Douglass’ restaurant row  is scheduled to open later this month.

Scenes from the Storm

Most of Harlem was spared from the worst of Hurricane Sandy, but still there was evidence of the effects here. Happily many local businesses and restaurants were open and people were out in droves ready to support them.

 

Central Park was still closed and even from the perimeter,  it was obvious many trees were felled. Please be careful walking on that side.