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Red Lobster
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261 W 125th St (between Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd and Frederick Douglass Blvd)
New York, NY
212 280 1930
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(6 votes, average: 2.33 out of 5)
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Red Rooster / Ginny’s Supper Club
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310 Lenox Ave
New York, NY 10027
212 792 9001
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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.

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Renaissance
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2245 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd
646 838 7604

From the owners of Ponty Bistro comes this new fine dining American restaurant, the third restaurant for the cousins and restauranteurs. Having studied under the likes of Jean-George Vongerichten and Daniel Boulud, and with over 18 years of experience, Chefs Cisse and Cheikh continue to provide their unique approach to their menus using French cookery. HARLEM

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Ricardo Steakhouse
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2145 2nd Ave
New York, NY
212 289 5895
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(2 votes, average: 2.50 out of 5)
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Ristorante Settepani
196 Lenox Ave
New York, NY
917 492 4806
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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.

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ROKC
3452 Broadway
New York
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This subterranean low‐key spot on Broadway is serving an authentic moment from the East, when Japan opened to the world, with a contemporary touch of the West. You will want to get there as close to their everyday 5pm opening time, no reservations, first‐come‐first‐served basis petite space. If not, hand‐picked East Coast oysters and raw bar, regional and seasonal ramen, little bites and a wicked cocktail program will have you impatiently waiting for your moment.

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Row House
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2128 Frederick Douglass Blvd
New York, NY 10026
212 256 0019
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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.

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Ruby’s Vintage
2340 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd
646 454 9899
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Safari
219 W 116th St
New York
646 964 4252
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This Somalian restaurant is the first of its kind in Little Africa, Harlem and perhaps New York City. They might not have been here when you needed Somalian food, but they are right on time! Inside their small footprint of a restaurant, they are serving big flavors. First time? Try the popular Somali dish hilib ari of roasted goat served with rice and bizbaz sauce. Sounds serious!

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Saggio Ristorante
829 W 181st St
New York, NY
212 795 3080

You are not living if you don’t have your favorite little Italian joint to stroll up into. Don’t have one? Now you do. If the crostini menu doesn’t get you, the handmade pastas will. All at very reasonable prices, you and whoever you bring will stay a while. Ciao!

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