Tag: Restaurants

New York City’s Latest Restaurants and Chef Moves

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A plush lounge finds a spot in Harlem; one of the city’s oldest African restaurants reopens; and more news.

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Henry at Life Hotel, a Pan-African Restaurant in Midtown, Has Closed

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The end comes weeks after its acclaimed chef, JJ Johnson, opened a new rice bowl shop in Harlem.

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American Cooking and an Owner’s Eye

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Belle Harlem has become a rare thing on the Manhattan scene, a mom-and-pop restaurant where the proprietors are always at home.

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Sound and Flavor Made in Harlem

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The chef Marcus Samuelsson has a new audio cookbook that incorporates Harlem and his restaurant Red Rooster.

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Hungry City: Barbecue, Opulent and Austere

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There is no monolithic porterhouse at Paladar in East Harlem: Diversity is the mission, from beef blackened at the edges to dense little chicken hearts.

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THE 212: A Beloved Restaurant Where Fried Chicken Achieves Its Highest Form

Charles Gabriel has been serving up sublime soul food for decades in Harlem, even as many of the neighborhood’s most cherished restaurants have closed.

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Off the Menu: Murray’s Opens a Mac-and-Cheese Restaurant in the West Village

Sushi in a NoMad hotel, an upscale Mexican restaurant in East Harlem, and other restaurant news.

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Off the Menu: Pomona Opens, Serving Inventive American Fare

A modern cocktail and wine bar in Harlem, a Milanese bakery in Midtown, and other restaurant news.

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A Taste of Ivory Coast in Brooklyn

Cheick Cisse, the owner of New Ivoire in Harlem, opened Paradis des Gouts hoping to share the food of his childhood with those outside his immigrant community.

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