There is something powerful that happens when siblings join forces. The Edge is a casestudy of two sisters coming together to create a unique neighborhood eatery featuring the foods of England and Jamaica in a unique New York way. Everyday brunch, plus beer and wine, is a boon!
Farm to table has come to Harlem at this restaurant and bar in Hamilton Heights. Seasonal, local and sustainable ingredients flood their kitchen to create a memorable fleeting food moment that will have you returning for more.
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.
Uptown Juice Bar changes an old saying to: never judge a book by just its cover. In addition to the green liquid meals, this vegetarian locale serves hot dishes, soups, salads and non-dairy pastries too! The socio-political conversation is free of charge.
The rebirth of the Harlem wine bar sits on the corner of W 119th St. like the bow of a grey steamship. A modern sustainably built restaurant, Vinateria offers small, medium and large seasonal plates and curated wines and spirits from small craft producers. Whether Italy or Spain is your culinary port of call, the S.S. Vinateria is taking passengers!
The owners of Shrine have brought us right next door to their French bistro that injects a welcome dose of France uptown, making bistro classics all the more accessible to Harlemites.