We were walking along St. Nicholas Avenue the other day and saw these signs that said ” A Sea in Harlem, Fish and Chips, Coming Soon,” posted on the southwest corner building located of West 113th Street and St. Nicholas. There were no other details posted on the windows. Does anyone know what’s up with this particular area? If so, do tell!
By HarlemHouse One of HarlemCondoLife’s favorite spots from day one of the opening is continuing to get more and more popular. As HarlemGal & HarlemHouse have informed you this is the spot to be! Now that summer is here, Bier International has their sidewalk certificate to expand all the goodness to those who want to dine and drink outside as well as inside.
Everytime I have guests over from wherever other than Harlem they always ask “whats that place?” pointing to Bier International. Because It is always crowded and inviting you to check out what it is that you are missing out on. I always say this is one of the newest most successful spots to open on “Restaurant Row” Frederick Douglass Blvd. here in Harlem.
Stop by any night and have a beer or appetizer, or a great dinner and judge for yourself.
Hello summer and the ongoing progression of Harlem and all the new opportunities and facilities it is offering to all of us living here.
Remember this place in the photo above? They opened up in Harlem in 2008 and then closed down in 2010. I am talking about Atomic Wings, located on the northeast corner of West 113th and Frederick Douglass Blvd. From what I hear, their closing status could change. On two recent occasions, I have seen workers come in and out of the place. The second time I saw workers at Atomic Wings was just yesterday, Easter Sunday. I have asked around, what’s up? I was told Atomic Wings is reopening…soon! Let’s hope this isn’t a tease. Stay tuned!