When one pizza place closes leaving a magnificent mosaic-tiled wood burning pizza oven, you don’t let it go to waste, you open another. New owners, Harlem Pizza Co., are serving up Neapolitan style pizza, calzone, panini and anything else that will sing in that oven. Gather around the hearth!
No this is not a museum for the viral internet dance, this is the Harlem burger joint. The retro 50’s space also offers hotdogs, fries, sandwiches and shakes like the soon to be famous signature red velvet shake. Now shake a tail feather and git!
Once a long time car repair shop, the space on 116th St was converted to an indoor/outdoor sports bar and restaurant. Join your crew on game night for a pint and some Harlem-style cheering and jeering!
Are you from the South, new to Harlem, missing the smoky BBQ from home? Harley’s is here to give you a big food hug. Go for Thursday Happy Hour to watch the game with friends and stay for the craft beer, the smoker menu and the .50¢ wings!
This lucky neighborhood now boasts this locale featuring an arsenal of craft beers, whiskeys and bourbons and a troth of pork-starring share plates in a bright, open tile-lined space. Be gone eating and drinking alone in a dark pub. Step into their light and be the HHIC (Head Hog In Charge)!
Just what Harlem needed: a nice little cozy spot for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or just coffee and dessert. The menu flirts with Mexican-influenced and Italian dishes. And for those wanting Americana fare, the burgers are true winners paired with sweet potato fries.
If you are anywhere on the spectrum of a sushi eater – from I’ll try it to I live for it – you know not to trust just any old spot. It must be quality, it must be fresh, it must be delicious. Well, check, check and check!
– Love, the FIRST sushi restaurant in Harlem!
Here you’ll find the absolute best hamburgers and fries in Harlem. It’s not fancy but when you have to have it, well, you have to have it. Treat yourself!