Named in tribute for the address of the 19th century’s Almack’s, one of New York City’s first black-owned bars, this stylish lounge defines the Harlem cocktail. Try its signature Orange Street or the knowledge-dropping Emancipation. Some pretty wicked bar food too!
This eatery welcomes you to Senegal. One of the original restaurants on 116th St, the hub of Harlem’s West African community, Kine has moved further uptown for more space. Your first bite? Try the national dish, Thiebou Djeun, “fish and rice.” Be ready to eat!
Affordable, great quality and delicious Indian food lives between 121st and 122nd streets. Standards like chicken tikka masala, biriyani and samosas are only the beginning of the tastes available. Get to know them.
Succulent, traditional Cuban food is what you’ll find here at this jumping spot serving island favorites like skirt steak, marinated pork, and whole fried marinated snapper. Live music Tuesday through Sunday and salsa weekends for the dancer in you.
Named after one of the oldest pizzerias in Naples, Italy, the birthplace of pizza as we know it, Antika takes a passionate play at the New York favorite. The recipe, they say, is flour, a pinch of sea salt, New York water, experience and a whole lot of love. Go in and feel it for yourself.
Babbalucci offers a taste of classic Italian-American classic cuisine with a rustic new age twist. The wood burning oven creates a cozy backdrop while enjoying pizza, pasta and small plates with an extensive list of wine and cocktails.