While I was traveling in Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn to meet with someone to interview for a story. I got a … Continue Reading Restaurant Review: Bar LunAtico. Bed Stuy Brooklyn.
On Sat January 12th Harlem’s new upscale lounge Ruby’s Vintage started their new brunch menu. being a fan of co-owner … Continue Reading Brunch at Ruby’s Vintage Harlem.
Standing right under my nose in Harlem is a charming small lounge called the Green Parrot on 145th Street and … Continue Reading The Green Parrot: The Harlem Lounge Oasis near the Sugar Hill Area.
I was invited to a unique, stylish and intimate restaurant near the Sugar Hill area of Harlem on West 145th Street … Continue Reading PEQUE: A “Cozy and Hip” Restaurant near Sugar Hill.
“While I’m a Chardonnay lover at heart, but Mateo introduced me to Muller Thurgau’s 2012 Sudtiro, an amazing white wine which is a hybrid crossing of Riesling and Madeleine Royale. This wine has a refined aromatic scent of nutmeg and a refreshing after finish reminisced of elder blossoms. I highly recommend this!”
In addition to real Italian pizza, SottoCasa offers imported Italian beers on tap and bottled, as well as imported Italian wines, red and white. SotoCasa will very soon be offering wine and beer tastings so that Harlemites can fully experience the flavor of Italy.
Always working in fine dining, Cisse and his cousin/partner Cheileh Cisse wanted to open another restaurant. Since they both lived … Continue Reading Ponty Bistro: From Gramercy to Harlem.
On March 1st 2012 Emmanuel (“Manny”) Pena moved to Harlem, and immediately started on opening Astor Row Café, at 404 … Continue Reading Astor Row Café: Uniting the Community as a Family.
The latest addition to Lenox Ave in Harlem is the chic new fusion sushi bar and lounge Little Bamboo Express … Continue Reading Little Bamboo Harlem: Fusion Sushi Bar and Lounge opens on Lenox Ave.
I was at Harlem Shake a couple of months ago speaking with Jelena Pasic for a restaurant review, but was … Continue Reading Harlem Shake Continues to Evolve as a Harlem Icon.
I was very impressed with Fabrice and his philosophy on operating a successful restaurant (“never let it get boring”), his knowledge and love of Harlem, and his pride of recently becoming an American Citizen. Most of all “I was impressed by the genuine charm and goodwill of this exceptional gentleman!”
I walked into this small but comfy restaurant, I immediately felt warm, not so much from the heat, but from the warm and friendly atmosphere I was greeted with.
It has been said that Cheri is “The Most Romantic Restaurant in Harlem”. The friendly and chic staff, all speak fluent French (and perfect English) ever ready to provide for you the most wonderful dining experience with charm and grace.
Lenox Saphire a Senegalese/Moroccan Restaurant on the corner of 127th street and Lenox Ave is a very interesting place to … Continue Reading Lenox Saphire: A Gem (in the rough) on Lenox Ave.
This new Harlem restaurant has brought a taste of India to Lenox Avenue. Upon walking in this chic new place … Continue Reading Chaiwali Brings Indian Chic Cuisine to Harlem