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A Friday Night at Londel’s Supper Club in Harlem

By NativeNewYorker I had dinner at Londel’s last Friday to celebrate my cousin’s birthday.  I hadn’t been there in quite a while and I am sorry I waited so long.  In his most recent expansion, Londel added a very attractive… Continue Reading →

New Hours, New Menu for Café in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem Earlier this year I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the opening of The Atrium Café in Harlem.  As part of the museum experience, the café is right next door to the Studio Museum and is in partnership… Continue Reading →

Strictly Roots: Great Laid Back Harlem Restaurant

by HarlemOnaBudget For those who don’t know Strictly Roots, I highly advise visiting. It is a small and simple venue, easily overlooked if you don’t know it’s there. The atmosphere is laid back and beautiful in its neighborhood feel. Nice… Continue Reading →

Two Harlemites set to launch Harlem Delivers

By HarlemGal Michael Leopold and Steve Friedson, who reside in Harlem and have been for five years, were brainstorming one day about how they would like to have an abundance of food delivery options in Harlem right at their finger… Continue Reading →

Great Performances Opens a New Café in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem The Atrium Café is open for business at the Studio Museum in Harlem.  I recently had the pleasure of attending the public opening of the cafe.  This latest addition joins the Museum Store, established collections, and public programs… Continue Reading →

5 & Diamond in Harlem launches supper club and cooking class

By HarlemGal Ever wondered about how to learn to butcher, prep, cook and serve lamb? Well, now is your chance to pick up that skill right here in Harlem at 5 & Diamond located at 2072 Frederick Douglass Blvd. Starting… Continue Reading →

A Little French and Italian Café in Harlem

By Icare4Harlem I read previous reviews about SpaHa and decided to check out the restaurant myself.  I would agree with most comments that the place is cute and quaint.  Yes, it is small but that also adds to the coziness… Continue Reading →

Red Rooster lands on Lenox Avenue, Marcus Samuelsson to be cooking in Harlem Fall 2010

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Can I just say from the start, I adore and appreciate our HarlemCondoLife.com readers very much! They’re like a Tonnie’s cupcake! Awesome! Seconds from when the Crain’s New York story broke about Red Rooster landing at… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Just Wingin It premieres April 20th on Construction Intervention

By HarlemCondoLife We now have an exact date on when Just Wingin It and its makeover premieres on the Discovery Channel’s new series Construction Intervention. Below is the episode description released to the media by Discovery: Just Wingin’ It Premieres… Continue Reading →

Café Amrita: The Harlem Chameleon

By Austin2Harlem Café Amrita, located at 301 West 110th Street, can be almost anything you want it to be. In the morning, it’s a bright, airy spot for coffee, hot chocolate and a breakfast sandwich or toasted bagel. At lunch… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s local gems

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife While Best Yet Market celebrates its grand opening March 5, HarlemCondoLife would like to echo the words that one of our readers left on our site: “don’t forget about the local gems that were here before [Best… Continue Reading →

QUESTAN’S Harlem “Live, love, laugh”

By HarlemHouse Questan’s, which just opened last summer… is jumpin! Finally dined there last Monday night and had a great time.  There is more going on than meets the eye if you are just walking by the front of the… Continue Reading →

QUESTAN'S Harlem "Live, love, laugh"

By HarlemHouse Questan’s, which just opened last summer… is jumpin! Finally dined there last Monday night and had a great time.  There is more going on than meets the eye if you are just walking by the front of the… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Gospel Uptown featured on CNN

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Anderson Cooper of CNN’s 360 came up to Harlem on Tuesday, February 16 to tape a news story called Investing in Harlem. In the video piece, Joe Holland, the owner of Gospel Uptown (GU) was featured… Continue Reading →

UPDATE: Marcus Samuelsson will open up a restaurant in Harlem, Red Rooster is the name

By HarlemCondoLife I am quickly learning that any move Chef Marcus Samuelsson makes it’s like hot cakes. I saw all the online chatter Wednesday (again) and a post on Twitter about Samuelsson opening up a restaurant in Harlem. As we… Continue Reading →

Crowds seen at Harlem's Frizzante, Good food and design attracts

By HarlemGal and Austin2Harlem We enjoy dining out in Harlem and this past holiday weekend was no exception. For our Friday night outing, we decided to check out one of the newest food establishments in Harlem, Frizzante Italian Bistro &… Continue Reading →

More room for dining at Harlem’s Lolita’s

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife (twitter: @HarlemCondoLife.com) Not too long ago, I was craving tostadas and Mexican corn on the cob so I headed to Lolita’s on Lenox Avenue and 113th Street. When I went in I noticed the place was… Continue Reading →

Will Harlem be the next location for a Marcus Samuelsson restaurant?

HarlemCondoLife by HarlemGal After a little hiatus from blogging, it’s nice to return to posting with some interesting tidbits that could potentially impact Harlem’s restaurant scene. There are rumors floating around online that famous chef and Harlem resident Marcus Samuelsson… Continue Reading →

Reflections of an Upcoming Sandwich Place

HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Word on the Harlem street, between 112th and 113th on FDB, is that this is going to be a sandwich place. Yummy.  With the hanging of purple drapes, I assumed wine bar.  Maybe its sandwiches and wine?… Continue Reading →

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