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Inwood Local
4957 Broadway
212 544 8900

Should a long day only be met with the right glass of wine or a pint of perfectly crafted beer, this is the place to be. And while a libation might be your first thought, let your mind continue to run through the menu before your mouth settles on the right food pairing. This will become your haunt! WAHI

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Kitchenette Uptown
1272 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10027
212 531 7600
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Grandma’s hands work this charming country kitchen serving peach pancakes, turkey meatloaf and fluffy mashed potatoes.  Excellent breakfast is served all day long…that is if you make it past the enticing display case of baked goods.

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Kitchenette Uptown
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1272 Amsterdam Ave
212 531 7600

Grandma’s hands work this charming country kitchen serving peach pancakes, turkey meatloaf and fluffy mashed potatoes. Excellent breakfast is served all day long…that is if you make it past the enticing display case of baked goods. HARLEM

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La Marina
348 Dyckman St
Washington Heights
212-567-6300
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There are few restaurants in Manhattan that sit directly on the waterfront of the Hudson. This is one of the best! Perched at the end of Dyckman Street this 75,000 square foot location can be as social (the beach) or as intimate (private dining) as you want it to be. Dine on the mostly seafood menu or just enjoy a margarita while you watch the sun set behind the George Washington Bridge.

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Lolo’s Seafood Shack
303 W 116th St
New York, NY
646 649 3356
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Lolo’s might be the new kid on the block, but, man, do you want to be invited over for dinner! And you are every night (except Monday). Try one of their seafood steampots or sandwiches using housemade bread called ‘bake’. Add the lot of housemade condiments while you unconsciously sway your hips from left to right to the sounds of reggae music before doing your “happy food dance”.

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Madeline`s at The Riverside Cafe
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490 Riverside Dr
New York, NY
212 870 6821
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Melba’s
300 W 114th St
New York, NY
212 864 7777
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The niece of the legendary Sylvia Woods, Melba knows good cooking. She puts chic on the soul tradition with her short ribs and turkey meatloaf. Imbibe with live music, open-mic night or a deejay. It’s always a happy hour at Melba’s.

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Mess Hall
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2194 Frederick Douglass Blvd
New York, NY 10026
646 692 3098
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With a cozy, lodge-like atmosphere and a killer happy hour, Mess Hall serves up a seasonal selection of craft beers, bourbons, and cocktails, not to mention their famous hot dogs. Stop by on Tuesday nights for trivia and Wednesdays for open mic.

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Mischelle`s Catering
2234 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd
New York, NY 10027
646 330 4835
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New Leaf Cafe
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1 Margaret Corbin Dr
New York, NY 10027
212 568 5323
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