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Lenox Saphire
341 Lenox Ave
New York, NY
212 866 9700
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Newly expanded, Lenox Saphire offers it all – dining, cocktails, live music and an adjoining authentic French patisserie kicking out baked goods and treats. Here is where you learn to become a bon vivant. Merci beaucoup!

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Les Ambassades
2200 Frederick Douglass Blvd
New York, NY 10026
212 666 0078

Paris meets Senegal in this newly renovated bakery and café serving buttery croissants, baguettes, and tasty French pastries plus a full menu of French Moroccan and Vietnamese inspired foods.

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Massawa Cafe
1239 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10027
212 663 0505
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If you enjoy eating with your hands, spicy foods or the combination go to this family run Eritrean and Ethiopian restaurant. For 25 years they have been making traditional dishes for hungry patrons. Roll up your sleeves and dig in!  

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New Ivoire Restaurant
76 E 119th St
New York, NY
212 410 5982
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Pikine – Senegalese Restaurant
243 West 116th St
Harlem/10026
(646) 922-7015
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Ponty Bistro
2375 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd
New York
212 234 6475
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Here is a restaurant that cut its teeth downtown in Gramercy Park for years before finding a second home here in Harlem on 139th street. The cousin-chefs/owners celebrate an amalgamation of tastes from their native West African roots with French cookery and Mediterranean simplicity. Taste for yourself!

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Safari
219 W 116th St
New York
646 964 4252
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This Somalian restaurant is the first of its kind in Little Africa, Harlem and perhaps New York City. They might not have been here when you needed Somalian food, but they are right on time! Inside their small footprint of a restaurant, they are serving big flavors. First time? Try the popular Somali dish hilib ari of roasted goat served with rice and bizbaz sauce. Sounds serious!

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Serengeti Teas and Spices
22 E 125th St
New York
212 837 1057
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At the forefront of African tea gastronomy, Serengeti Teas & Spices has been piquing the interest of Harlem locals with their unique botanical blends, sea salts and more. Now located on east 125th street, Serengeti expanded to a full‐service restaurant serving contemporary African food. Stop in, start with a pot of their unique teas and gently move into appetizers straight through to dessert. We are sure it will be your cup of tea (classic pun intended).

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Teranga
1280 Fifth Avenue
New York 10029
212 444 9795
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Rooted in traditional African home cooking that emphasizes African-grown ingredients, Teranga is a culinary journey into the depth, diversity, and deliciousness that the motherland has to offer.  In Senegal, “Teranga” is perhaps the most highly regarded value.  Roughly translated, it means “good hospitality.”  In practice, Teranga reflects how one treats a guest—with open arms and a seat around the bowl.

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Tsion Cafe and Bakery
763 St. Nicholas Ave
New York 10031
212 234 2070
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Tsion (pronounced “see on”) Café and Bakery is a hip, cosmopolitan café located in historic Sugar Hill in Harlem, NYC. We serve Ethiopian-Mediterranean dishes, from healthy locally sourced ingredients.  Besides our healthy food, we offer cultural events, such poetry readings, live musicians, a writers series and ongoing conversations with Harlem residents.

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