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Jamboree: A Soulful Extravaganza on the Hudson w/ Keith Washington!

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Join soul singer Keith Washington and HCCI for the 2018 Jamboree!: A Soulful Extravaganza on the Hudson! This year they are returning to the luxurious Hornblower Infinity yacht located at Houston Street and the Westside Highway! Each Jamboree hosts more than 300 guests and features a special performances by celebrated signers, music by live disc jockeys, along with an all-you-can-eat buffet and a magnificent cruise along the Hudson River.

The Jamboree is priced so that Harlem residents can afford to participate.

It’s a wonderful community effort!

Ponty Bistro

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Now Open – Renaissance

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Harlem’s newest agaveria

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Get Ready for Back to School with deals from Cohen’s

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Harlem’s Favorite Boutique

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Harlem’s Hottest Full-service Salon

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Uptown Favorites Winners

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We asked who’s who in Harlem and you answered! Uptown is home to some of the city’s most sought-after bars, nightlife, and dining and with your help, we were able to put together a go-to Harlem list with all your favorites chosen by the people who live here!  Click on each image for more details.


Harlem’s best restaurant goes to , located in the heart of Uptown serving comfort food celebrating the roots of American cuisine and the diverse culinary traditions of the neighborhood.


The best spot to take bae out for an evening dinner is with its chic, contemporary vibe to complement the wine, cocktails and an upscale Italian & Spanish-influenced menu.


Is there a scene anywhere in NYC that can hold its own against Harlem? The best place to people watch, strut your new fit or just to get out of the house is  named after the legendary speakeasy that attracted some of the most noteworthy figures of the 20th century


No one does Brunch like Harlem but if you’ve been to , you know exactly what’s goin on! Harlem’s best brunch spot is both a family business and a personal calling with a husband and wife team behind what chef Carlos calls “Crafted American Soul” food.

Okay, so the way our account is set up, we only have 👌🏾this much money until next week…and… ..don’t worry 😎 , has got your back! Best spot for when you’re ballin’ on a budget is right on the corner of 118th and Malcolm X Blvd!


You know what? While you’re at, make sure you take advantage of Harlem’s best HappyHour with drink specials going on from 3-8PM during the week! Yeah, we know! That’s mad long!!! We’re headed there right now too! 🌮🍹


has been Harlem’s best cocktail destination for a few years now. Named after a 19th-century speakeasy that thrived in the heart of the prohibition era, the space is unbelievably cool with a small room downstairs for larger gatherings with your people.

You haven’t had fried chicken in Harlem until you’ve been to Charles’ Country Pan Fried Chicken! After 30yrs, Charles continues to set the standard for locals seeking authentic Southern cuisine at affordable prices.

has the mac and cheese that will make stay there all day! Being born, bred and buttered in Harlem, Melba knew she wanted to stay close to home to provide a comfortable dining experience to the community that raised her.

A refuge from the hectic pace of life in the city, was voted the best place for good eats that will get you back to business instead rather than back at home for an afternoon nap!

Harlem’s favorite coffee shop is the place where we gather in the mornings to catch up on neighborhood happenings! You can count on for freshly roasted coffee, background music you actually like & even fast, reliable wifi to prep for your morning meeting!☕️👌🏾

No matter what holiday is coming up, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Yep…even Secret Santa in the office at work🎅🏿 When you want to give a gift that shows your love for Harlem, you go to Harlem’s favorite boutique;

BlackPanther in the park with was poppin! HarlemStage & SummerStage always bring amazing Black artists Uptown to share their talent where it’s loved the most! That’s what makes special! We all come together to make this space magical!

If you’ve ever been to First Fridays at , you know why the community chose them as Harlem’s favorite Arts and Culture institution! So much fun, so much learning, and true self-exploration happen at !

Malcolm X Blvd is the one place in the world where you can go to have a world-class dinner, pick up souvenirs, grab a coffee, grab a drink, go dancing, Harlem shake, eat at , start a business and make it home in time for your shows all in the same day!


On a mission to celebrate the food, culture & inspire others is our favorite Uptown celebrity; Marcus Samuelsson! As the man behind , & Harlem EatUp, Marcus never hesitates to show his love for our history, intertwining Harlem flavor into all of his work!


Let this selection as Uptown’s favorite DJ be our thank you to DJ Stormin’ Norman for ! Whether he is doing A Tribute to Women or simply For the Love of Harlem, NOBODY gets the party going like DJ Stormin’ Norman!

With an entire roster of amazing musicians, Uptown’s favorite band, led by saxophonist Rakiem Walker and vocalist Gloria Ryann, is known for its thundering jazz and afrobeat anthems that remind us that The Good Life always has been, and always will be in Harlem!


Just blocks from Harlem’s treasured Morningside and Central Park; is your go-to spot when you and your friends are in search of good food, better drinks but you have to bring the kids along!




The House That Will Not Stand

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New York Theatre Workshop presents

Limited Engagement
July 11 – August 12, 2018
New York Theatre Workshop
79 East 4th Street (between Bowery and Second Avenue)
New York, NY 10003
July 11-12 – $25
July 13-29 – $45
Aug 1-12 – $65

To purchase tickets:


Call 212.460.5475.
Visit NYTW Box Office, 79 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003 (Between Bowery and Second Avenue).
In the heat of summer, Louisiana passed from France to the United States. On the eve of the transfer, in a house in mourning, freedom hangs in the balance for a steely widow and her three eligible daughters, all free women of color. Inspired by Federico García Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba, Marcus Gardley’s lyrical, nuanced play, THE HOUSE THAT WILL NOT STAND, is directed by Obie Award winner Lileana Blain-Cruz.