Guidebook for genuine New York

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Guidebook for genuine New York

Food Scene
http://sottocasanyc.com/harlem/
Our favorite breakfast stop. Live Music, great food and social scene
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Il Cafe Latte 1
189 Malcolm X Boulevard
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Our favorite breakfast stop. Live Music, great food and social scene
Serves comfort food that celebrates the roots of American cuisine with Sweedish and Ethopian influences. Hot social and music scene.
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Red Rooster
310 Lenox Avenue
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Serves comfort food that celebrates the roots of American cuisine with Sweedish and Ethopian influences. Hot social and music scene.
Owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Elena and Matteo serving really good authentic Neapolitan pizza.
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Sottocasa Pizzeria
227 Lenox Ave
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Owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Elena and Matteo serving really good authentic Neapolitan pizza.
"the menu is French with a few twists.” — JIM LOCKARD
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Barawine Harlem
200 Malcolm X Boulevard
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"the menu is French with a few twists.” — JIM LOCKARD
Harlem Landmark soul food
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Sylvia's Restaurant
328 Malcolm X Boulevard
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Harlem Landmark soul food
Indian/wellness fusion. Meat, plant-based, vegetarian & vegan meals. "NEW INDIAN FOOD IS THE BEST WAY TO DESCRIBE MY COOKING. TRADITIONAL INDIAN FLAVORS AND METHODS RE-DEFINED TO FIT TODAY’S MORE CASUAL WAY OF EATING. " —ANITA
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Chaiwali
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Indian/wellness fusion. Meat, plant-based, vegetarian & vegan meals. "NEW INDIAN FOOD IS THE BEST WAY TO DESCRIBE MY COOKING. TRADITIONAL INDIAN FLAVORS AND METHODS RE-DEFINED TO FIT TODAY’S MORE CASUAL WAY OF EATING. " —ANITA
A staple for us - wide array of Japanese & Thai Food for dine in, take out and catering
Asian Fusion
2077 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard
A staple for us - wide array of Japanese & Thai Food for dine in, take out and catering
French West African with some American staples
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Yatenga
2269 Adam Clayton Powell Jr
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French West African with some American staples
"Archer & Goat on Lenox by 119th Street has the distinction of being one of the best eateries to arrive uptown in the past decade" — Harlem Bespoke “Located in a charming historic brownstone, stepping into Archer & Goat feels like walking into the home of a beloved friend.” — Edible Manhattan
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Archer & Goat
187 Malcolm X Blvd
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"Archer & Goat on Lenox by 119th Street has the distinction of being one of the best eateries to arrive uptown in the past decade" — Harlem Bespoke “Located in a charming historic brownstone, stepping into Archer & Goat feels like walking into the home of a beloved friend.” — Edible Manhattan
RESTAURANT/CAFÉ/BAKERY IN HARLEM - Italian (Settepani translates to 7 breads) with East African influence.
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Settepani
196 Malcolm X Boulevard
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RESTAURANT/CAFÉ/BAKERY IN HARLEM - Italian (Settepani translates to 7 breads) with East African influence.
Parks & Nature
Green lawns, wooded trails, entertainment programming, famous features and statues, lake & pond...
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Central Park
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Green lawns, wooded trails, entertainment programming, famous features and statues, lake & pond...
Amazing views from the top. Amphitheatre, public pool and playground. Location of the Summer of Soul Documentary.
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Marcus Garvey Park
Mount Morris Park West
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Amazing views from the top. Amphitheatre, public pool and playground. Location of the Summer of Soul Documentary.
Resting place of Susan Smith McKinney Steward 1847-1918, first female Black physician in NY. Beautiful views of Manhattan. Gothic revival entrance by Richard M Upjohn. US National register of Historic Places & US National Historic Register
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Green-Wood Cemetery
500 25th Street
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Resting place of Susan Smith McKinney Steward 1847-1918, first female Black physician in NY. Beautiful views of Manhattan. Gothic revival entrance by Richard M Upjohn. US National register of Historic Places & US National Historic Register
Drinks & Nightlife
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Corner Social
321 Malcolm X Boulevard
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Angel of Harlem
2272 Frederick Douglass Blvd
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Shopping
Local, fashionable, nice selection, trendy, souvenirs.
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NiLu Gift Boutique
191 Malcolm X Blvd
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Local, fashionable, nice selection, trendy, souvenirs.
Museum in a clothing store. Have a cultural experience just walking in.
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Harlem Haberdashery
245 Malcolm X Boulevard
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Museum in a clothing store. Have a cultural experience just walking in.
Essentials
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Whole Foods Market
100 W 125th St
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Family run, fantastic flavors
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Sugar Hill Creamery
184 Lenox Ave
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Family run, fantastic flavors
Museums & Arts Scene
Harlem Arts Scene
Calabar Gallery
2504 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
Harlem Arts Scene
excellent museum - Black Power movement. Permanent and rotating exhibits
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Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
515 Malcolm X Boulevard
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excellent museum - Black Power movement. Permanent and rotating exhibits
Shows, events, classes, presentations. Art, literature, culture.
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92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Avenue
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Shows, events, classes, presentations. Art, literature, culture.
The museum's building was designed by the architect Charles Collens, on a site on a steep hill, with upper and lower levels. It contains medieval gardens and a series of chapels and themed galleries, including the Romanesque, Fuentidueña, Unicorn, Spanish and Gothic rooms.[3] The design, layout, and ambiance of the building are intended to evoke a sense of medieval European monastic life and contains a large collection of medieval artworks shown in the architectural settings of French monasteries and abbeys. Its buildings are centered around four cloisters—the Cuxa, Saint-Guilhem, Bonnefont and Trie.
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The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Dr
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The museum's building was designed by the architect Charles Collens, on a site on a steep hill, with upper and lower levels. It contains medieval gardens and a series of chapels and themed galleries, including the Romanesque, Fuentidueña, Unicorn, Spanish and Gothic rooms.[3] The design, layout, and ambiance of the building are intended to evoke a sense of medieval European monastic life and contains a large collection of medieval artworks shown in the architectural settings of French monasteries and abbeys. Its buildings are centered around four cloisters—the Cuxa, Saint-Guilhem, Bonnefont and Trie.
Neighborhoods
Landmarks Preservation Commission refers to it as the St. Nicholas Historic District. A mix of Italian, Georgian and Federal Renaissance style architectures built in the late 1800's. "Known in recent history as a home to well-to-do and accomplished African-Americans, the truth is that black people were not allowed to buy or rent property on these two blocks until almost 30 years after the homes were built." https://www.striversrownyc.org/
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Strivers' Row
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Landmarks Preservation Commission refers to it as the St. Nicholas Historic District. A mix of Italian, Georgian and Federal Renaissance style architectures built in the late 1800's. "Known in recent history as a home to well-to-do and accomplished African-Americans, the truth is that black people were not allowed to buy or rent property on these two blocks until almost 30 years after the homes were built." https://www.striversrownyc.org/