Formally Heights Tavern, the owners thought they needed a change of pace for the newly remodeled space. And this change could only come by way of a crazy aunt who inspired the name and a whimsical menu of comfort food and fast casual bites. The bar, the HDTVs and the crowd are still there for all to enjoy plus a take away area when you need your crazy to go.
With an upscale diner feel, Deluxe serves up the word “reliable.” It is thee neighborhood spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The healthy portions are sure to leave you full, satisfied and coming back for more.
You’ll think you’re below the Mason Dixon Line…or in Syracuse, NY, where it began…after you taste the real pit barbecue of juicy ribs, brisket, apple brined chicken and barbecued shrimp. While you are there, might as well pick up one of their sauces for future use too!
East Harlem means Latino culture and this little café embraces all that is Spanish Harlem. From the Latin music and décor to the food and drink, you’ll taste and feel the sazon of the neighborhood.
It’s 3am and you have a hankering for some authentic tacos. Where ya gonna go? Make like a Steve Miller song and Fly Like an Eagle straight to Lexington Ave for al pastor, barbacoa or pollo and don’t forget an agua fresca. …doo, doo, doo-doo!
Viva Mexico! At this authentic taste of Mexicana you’ll find burritos, and huevos rancheros at a great price. If you want to splurge, try the Alambre de Camarones! Don’t forget a pitcher of sangria!
It’s like an old-fashioned Friday night fish fry at this joint where the cheap—as low as $5 a basket—fried fish, shrimp and chips push lines out the door and down the block.
Excellent and affordable Caribbean, Latin American and Cuban food are offered at this terrific Harlem diner where you’ll always feel at home. P.S. They have a mojito bar. Yes, we know…