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Patsy’s Pizzeria
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2287 1st Ave
New York, NY 10027
212 534 9783
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PEQUE Vinos + Tapas NYC
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231 W 145th Street
Harlem/10039
(646) 678-4095
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We are Harlem’s favorite full service tapas & wine bar since 2015! Enjoy al fresco dining in style at PEQUE. We offer craft cocktails, curated wines and classic tapas in a beautiful and charming small plate atmosphere and wine bar in the heart of uptown Harlem. There’s plenty of variety offered here, and the creative dishes always start with exceptional ingredients. Have fun building a meal around tapas like patatas bravas, albondingas, jamon y queso, croquetas de salmon, sauteed asparagus with lemon aioli, imported cheeses, and much more.

Dinner + Brunch service available. Our restaurant is inspired by a culinary roadtrip between Barcelona & Paris. We support local arts & artist thru weekly events. Celebrating Harlem always and proudly LGBTQ owned & operated.

We are also welcome private or semi-private group events, birthday celebrations and weddings onsite as well receptions. Onsite & offsite catering available.

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Picante Mexican Restaurant
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3424 Broadway
212-234-6679

Picante Mexican Restaurant & Cantina first opened their doors to Lafayette, LA in 1995, on the North side of the city. Picante serves authentic Tex-Mex cuisine that is fresh and made to order. It’s the same cuisine that has had its patrons coming back time and time again. Many customers talk about Picante’s signature dishes. One of which is our Guacamole Tableside, with mashed avocados, bold spices and fresh tomatoes. Prepared at your table, and served with our made fresh daily flour tortilla chips. It is sure to spice up any occasion. May we suggest one of our varieties of margaritas to compliment your appetizer? Picante is well known for its exciting nightlife. For Karaoke, there is no other place to be than Picante on Friday and Saturday nights. See our event calendar). Our DJs really get the party started – voted Best Karaoke in The Times, Best of Acadiana. And our bartenders keep our famous margaritas flowing too – also voted Best Margaritas in The Times, Best of Acadiana. Picante is your ultimate destination for happy hour, bachelorette parties, professional meetings*, or any other group events.

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Pick & Eat
4179 Broadway
Washington Heights
212-795-0054
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Stop and think about your favorite thing you like to eat at least times a week, but don’t like to cook it…Got it? Ok, now go, call or go online here, order said dish, wait, eat and smile. Know that your food comes from an eco friendly place. Yes, it does exist in your neighborhood.

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Pikine – Senegalese Restaurant
243 West 116th St
Harlem/10026
(646) 922-7015
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Pisticci
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125 La Salle St
New York, NY
212 932 3500
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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.

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Pizza Palace
121 Dyckman St
New York, NY
212 567 9588

You know what this is! You know you love it. It is the authentic New York City slice. Praise it. Appreciate it. You won’t find it outside of these 5 boroughs. However, here you will enjoy a slice so large you might have leftovers. Open since 1945, it ain’t changin’.

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Ponty Bistro
2375 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd
New York
212 234 6475
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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!

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Prime One 16 Steakhouse
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2257 1st Ave
New York, NY 10029
646 590 2187

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!

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Rai Rai Ken
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1467 Amsterdam Avenue
917-639-3342

Rai Rai Ken is one of the first ramen shops in New York City, inspired by the roadside ramen shop and masterful noodle-making in the 1985 film “Tampopo.” We focus on Tokyo-style shitamachi ramen, with flavors that take you down the alleys and streets of old school downtown Tokyo. We strive to make ramen that you can eat everyday; light and clean broth, MSG-free ingredients made from scratch, and noodle dough that complements each savory slurp.

Our first location in 2000 was where Hi Collar now resides, since then we’ve moved to 218 East 10th St and opened another shop in Harlem for ramen lovers uptown.

Just like how one judges a good ice cream shop from their Vanilla scoop, you could judge a good ramen shop from their Shoyu & Shio ramen. Rai Rai Ken began with Shoyu (soy sauce broth) and Shio (sea salt broth) ramen. These two types of ramen are some of the hardest to perfect, because they are ramen in its purest form. While most ramen broths add lots of extra elements to make it taste good, Shoyu and Shio have the least ingredients in their broth, the bold flavor speaks for itself. We continue to proudly serve Shoyu & Shio today as an example of our attention to details and love of simple ramen.

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