Tucked away on a side street and boasting itself as the first green restaurant in New York, this place is known for its enticing, fresh, Italian dishes at reasonable prices, with the kind of great service that makes dining out worth your hard earned money.
Here is a restaurant that cut its teeth downtown in Gramercy Park for years before finding a second home here in Harlem on 139th street. The cousin-chefs/owners celebrate an amalgamation of tastes from their native West African roots with French cookery and Mediterranean simplicity. Taste for yourself!
This steakhouse offers the classics but with Latin sazon! Start with tequila ceviche and Peruvian causa and then dive into a t-bone, filet mignon or prime rib. Try a new side like salsa verde mashed potatoes too!
You’ve heard of this “downtown come uptown” spot from the famous Harlem resident, Executive Chef and restaurateur. Now come and check it out for yourself and stop downstairs at Ginny’s for live entertainment and booty shakin’ when the mood strikes you.
From the owners of Harlem Tavern comes this multilevel location on the corner of 115th street. Formerly a boarded up space, the owners broke ground for this seasonal American eatery and added an underground lounge space, Under Bar. Lunch, brunch, dinner, dessert or cocktails, it is all waiting for you at Row House.
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!