A Harlem great since 1942, Sarah Vaughn, the Duke and other legendary names have graced its stage. Live jazz (and a cocktail) is the name of the game Tuesday-Thursday.
Live world vibes permeate this extra funky, authentically eclectic, Fela-inspired venue where the crowd is global, the décor retro cool, the drinks hip and the food quite good and plentiful.
Harlem’s first fun, family-friendly, free outdoor dance party and community picnic is the premiere Uptown summer place to be.
Created by Harlem’s own DJ Stormin Norman, Sundae Sermon hosts top DJ’s playing the best soulful and deep house, dance classics, afro-beat and beyond attracting thousands yet feels like a family celebration.
Located just one block west of Broadway at Fort Washington Collegiate Church, Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra wants to connect all of us into a communal listening experience – an experience that celebrates diversity, engenders civic awareness, and enriches lives. More than classical music, our orchestra strives to be a place that connects the best art across genres and cultures and reconnects people in community. We want you to fall in love with this music. But we want more. We want you to be inspired by the positive energy created when like-minded people work together toward a common goal.