If beer is your weakness, stay far away from Harlem’s first Biergarten. Partake in the pub-style menu and pair with the vast selection of international beers on tap. Plus Bier’s annual Oktoberfest is not to be missed!
This little spot on the corner of 122nd street serves a Southern-inspired menu replete with biscuits and sweet tea. You’re missing your mama’s homecooking you say?! Well Mississippi has come to Harlem at Boulevard Bistro.
As their name states, one of the newest restaurants in Harlem scored thee location – By The Hudson at the western most point of Harlem’s 125th street. Head over for brunch, lunch, dinner or cocktails while you watch boats pass and the sun set over the Jersey skyline.
Power up before class! Great muffins, breakfast sandwiches and coffee are the order of the day at this cozy spot near City College.
Where friends meet friends in Spanish Harlem, this Puerto Rican favorite offers wines, international beers, excellent Latin cuisine and fiery live music.
This is the west outpost of the eastside original. Tacos are certainly the start, but supported by a cast of other caliente comidas. Weekday Happy Hour from 3-7pm gives you $6 margaritas and a menu featuring $3 tacos amongst other reduced-priced items.
Walking in the door of Chai Wali evokes feelings of being transported thousands of physical and mental miles away to an Indian kingdom. Owner Anita Trehan’s creative attention to detail can be seen from the art and furnishings to the signature guilded human-sized birdcage in the back right down to the aromatic and spicy shortbread cookies. There is much more to discover at Chai Wali.
Yes, we know your grandmother makes the best pan-fried chicken ever. However…she won’t know when you go to this Harlem institution and throw back a couple of pieces of Mr. Charles’ perfectly fried chicken, some sides too. And if she finds out she is just going to ask you to bring her some anyway. It’s all good, literally!