Tag: Harlem restaurant row

MAISON HARLEM Restaurant BISTRO to open in Harlem

Have you heard? A new restaurant is almost ready to open in Harlem on 127th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue by two “food and wine loving French New Yorkers,” Chef Romain Bonnans and host Samuel Thiam.  The MAISON HARLEM Restaurant

“Yes, Chef” – Marcus Samuelsson’s New Book Release Event in Harlem

Marcus Samuelsson is set to celebrate the launch of his memoir “Yes, Chef” with a Harlem Community Book Launch Event this Monday June 25th.  The FREE book launch event will take place from 3pm-7pm at the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater in

FOOD & DRINK BOULEVARD Event on Harlem’s Restaurant Row

Frederick Douglass Boulevard from 112th to 124th streets will turn in to FOOD & DRINK BOULEVARD this Thursday night as Harlem’s Restaurant Row welcomes yet another exciting event.  Expect an evening of food, cocktails,  music and entertainment at participating restaurants

Harlem Battle of the Bars is on!

Sponsored by Grey Goose,  Harlem Park to Park has launched “Harlem Battle of the Bars,”  which will test some of Harlem’s best mixologists to see who will create the best Grey Goose Cherry Noir cocktails. Participating bars and restaurants will

Chef Marcus Samuelsson opens Ginny’s Supper Club in Harlem

Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s new jazz and supper spot Ginny’s Supper Club has been in the works since he opened the popular Red Rooster restaurant in Harlem, and now the joint is open for business.  Ginny’s Supper Club is conveniently located

March is Harlem Restaurant and Retail Month

Harlem Park to Park has launched Harlem Restaurant & Retail Month with a host of  participating Harlem businesses.  The unfortunate closing of Nector Wine Bar just the other day should be incentive enough for people to get out and support

Chef Marcus Samuelsson “Savoring Harlem” on the Food Network

Chef Marcus Samuelsson of The Red Rooster restaurant is bringing the taste of Harlem to Food Network viewers this Friday February 24th, at 8 pm ET/PT. The TV special, called Savoring Harlem, will focus on Harlem’s new restaurants and food

You Know A Hood Is Hot When Its Community Board Explores Closing Bars Early

harlem restaurant row

Its a trend seen all too often in Manhattan’s trendiest neighborhoods.  They start off not so trendy.  New bars and restaurants stake their claim.  They get popular.   The scene gets hotter.  The neighbors get agitated about the crowds and

Harlem Restaurants get noticed in the Wall Street Journal

In today’s Wall Street Journal online New York real estate section, Harlem’s growing restaurant scene made the headlines in a piece titled “Harlem Draws a Restaurant Crowd.”   The map above shows the expanding “restaurant row” in Harlem which starts

The 5 and Diamond with DJ ShortyLove

  What a great way to start off the work week with an early evening after work event every Monday night in lower Harlem. Tonight and every Monday night at The 5 and Diamond come check out Harlem’s own DJ