This formerly Upper West Side eatery moved to Harlem recently to offer the neighborhood its first Turkish restaurant. Think foods on a stick, kebab, fresh salads and other Mediterranean fare. Here’s to growing our palates!
At the forefront of African tea gastronomy, Serengeti has been piquing the interest of Harlem locals with their unique botanical blends, sea salts and more. Stop in and let the welcoming staff create your personal cup of tea while you take it the rustic natural space. A Zen moment isn’t far away…
The cornerstone of Harlem’s dining rebirth, this gem is a full-service Italian restaurant and a staple for the uptown crowd. You’ll be saying “buon journo,” “buona sera,” and “buona notte” before you know it.
The owners of Yatenga & Shrine have opened this new eatery, café and lounge off Frederick Douglass Blvd. Inexpensive and well-prepared Isreali foods like falafel and shawarma are easy choices. The downstairs lounge makes you feel like you’re in a Paris speakeasy.
There is a taste of Puerto Rico right on the Hudson River at Riverbank State Park. There, the bar is calling you to imbibe and the menu to indulge in authentic dishes for dinner (a la carte and prix fixe) and Sunday brunch. The sazon is gonna get you!