Posts Tagged ‘Uptown Eats’

Open For Business: Buddha Taco Bar

Open For Business: Buddha Taco Bar

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Buddha Beer Bar (4476 Broadway) makes some damn good bar food to complement their deep selection of craft beers. From the wings, to the burgers, to the Mexican fare, to the pizzas, Buddha Beer Bar has been dishing out some outstanding grub since it first opened its doors in 2012. They […]


05/09/18: The Seventh Annual Food & Drink Boulevard

05/09/18: The Seventh Annual Food & Drink Boulevard

That’s right people; the Seventh annual Food & Drink Boulevard goes down on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 from 6 to 10 pm along Harlem’s Restaurant Row. Harlem Food & Drink Boulevard invites local residents and visitors to explore all the awesome restaurants and bars along the Frederick Douglass Boulevard corridor from 112th to 124th. This […]


Spread Love: 2018 Harlem Eat Up – May 14-20, 2018

Spread Love: 2018 Harlem Eat Up – May 14-20, 2018

Ok folks, trust us on this one. There is nothing like Harlem Eat Up. Just imagine all your favorite food and spirits in one place. Simply stated, this is foodie heaven in Harlem. So click below and sign up for updates to make sure you are in attendance for this one-of-a-kind celebration of food, culture […]


At Serengeti Kitchen, Touches of Memoir Dot the Menu | NY Times

At Serengeti Kitchen, Touches of Memoir Dot the Menu | NY Times

When Ligaya Mishan speaks, people listen. For the last few years, Ms. Mishan has introduced countless foodies to some of the best kept secrets of the vast New York City culinary scene via her column Hungry City. This time around she comes to Harlem to sample the wonderful Pan-African fare at Serengeti Kitchen in El […]


Sylvia’s isn’t the only Harlem spot to score great comfort food | NY Daily News

Sylvia's isn't the only Harlem spot to score great comfort food | NY Daily News

By Rachel Warton Harlem has long been one of Manhattan’s most independently-minded neighborhoods, and that spirit is strong near the main artery of 125th St., where the B line stops at St. Nicholas Ave. These three nearby restaurants are all run by smart entrepreneurs who have kept it local. Read more: Sylvia’s isn’t the only […]


From Cuisine to Apps, Marcus Samuelsson Is Dedicated to Diversity | NY Times

From Cuisine to Apps, Marcus Samuelsson Is Dedicated to Diversity | NY Times

Q&A By JOHN L. DORMAN It’s understandable if it seems as though Marcus Samuelsson never sleeps. The affable New York-based chef and restaurateur, who recharged the Harlem dining scene with his restaurant Red Rooster in 2010, recently opened its first outpost, Red Rooster Shoreditch, along with the taqueria Tienda Roosteria, in London. He now operates […]


Say Word: Floridita On 176th & BWAY Is Closed!!!

Say Word: Floridita On 176th & BWAY Is Closed!!!

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) The other day I was fiending for a Cuban Sandwich, not just any Cuban Sandwich but Uptown’s best Cuban Sandwich. So I was stunned when I stopped by Floridita (4162 Broadway) and saw that it was closed. No, say it ain’t so. I almost cried. Okay, maybe I did. Just a […]


Formerly Vacant Lot In East Harlem Now Serving Great Brazilian Food | Gothamist

Formerly Vacant Lot In East Harlem Now Serving Great Brazilian Food | Gothamist

by Scott Lynch THE VIBE On a pretty but otherwise unremarkable block in East Harlem, a narrow vacant lot, weedy and graffitied, once sat adjoining Ramiro Silos’s Brazilian catering and take-out business, Tapas Bites. This past summer, as reported by DNAInfo, inspiration hit Silos, and over the course of several months he and his crew […]


The Bartender Revolutionizing Uptown NYC Knows How (And Where) to Drink | VinePair

The Bartender Revolutionizing Uptown NYC Knows How (And Where) to Drink | VinePair

BY Nick Hines New York City’s best bartenders don’t have a lot of time off. But when they do get a chance to go out, they know the best bars, the best places to eat, and all the late-night spots. In VinePair’s Night Out series, we speak with some of the top bartenders in the […]


Meet the Harlem Couple That Chased Their Dream to Open NYC’s Most Charming New Scoop Shop | Grub Street

Meet the Harlem Couple That Chased Their Dream to Open NYC’s Most Charming New Scoop Shop | Grub Street

By Sierra Tishgart At some point, everyone fantasizes about dropping everything to open an ice-cream shop, a small place where the main concern is whether there’s enough salted caramel on hand to get through a busy Saturday night. Very few people actually do it, of course, but the city’s newest shop is exactly that kind […]


These $2 Cheeseburgers Are Harlem’s Best-Kept Secret | DNAinfo

These $2 Cheeseburgers Are Harlem's Best-Kept Secret | DNAinfo

By Gustavo Solis HARLEM — The most popular cheeseburgers in the neighborhood cost $2 and come from a cart on Lenox Avenue. Every day at lunch time, a line of people queue up at Mo’s cart for burgers and hot dogs — most of them lured by the smell of freshly grilled patties. “It’s just […]


Buunni Coffee Staycation Update…

Buunni Coffee Staycation Update...

To celebrate their upcoming five-year anniversary, the owners of Buunni Coffee treated their employees to a beach day. Their loyal patrons took over the running of the shop for a few hours. The good folks at CBS New York put together a great segment on the Buunni Coffee Staycation. Check it out below. Related: Buunni […]


Buunni Coffee Gives A New Meaning To Staycation

Buunni Coffee Gives A New Meaning To Staycation

The staff at Buunni Coffee is going from roasting coffees beans to roasting on a beach. To celebrate their upcoming five year anniversary, the owners of Buunni Coffee are treating their employees to a beach day. But they will not close their doors. That’s right, today, August 16th, the dedicated patrons of the community affirming […]


Manhattan cafe owner suing neighbor for tormenting staff and licking spoons | NY Daily News

Manhattan cafe owner suing neighbor for tormenting staff and licking spoons | NY Daily News

BY Stephen Rex Brown Farm to table makes him unstable. The upstairs neighbor of a popular Inwood restaurant has regularly tormented the business for around two years — licking a handful of spoons, changing his Wi-Fi network name to “café plates from the floor” and blasting music with the lyrics “shut the f–k up,” a […]


Washington Heights Is Getting Its Own Food Hall | Eater NY

Washington Heights Is Getting Its Own Food Hall | Eater NY

North End is slated for a fall debut by Melissa McCart The construction for Washington Heights’ North End Food Hall from Sugar Hill Capital Partners is underway, signaled by the soon-to-close pop-up coffee shop that has perched in a 1000 square-foot space at 4300 Broadway at 183rd Street since December. The pop-up from Filtered Coffee, […]


7 Best Bars in Harlem | Urban Matter

7 Best Bars in Harlem | Urban Matter

Although Harlem is a neighborhood that’s rapidly changing, it is and always will be one that is steeped in vibrant culture and history. It’s felt through its residents, landmarks, and businesses, particularly its nightlife scene – one that’s enchanted by its neighborhood’s past. Click below to check out Urban Matter’s picks for the best bars […]


A White Soundtrack in a Black Neighborhood | Eater

A White Soundtrack in a Black Neighborhood | Eater

How a change in the playlist can attract a different clientele by Michael Arceneaux I was drinking my day away at Harlem brunch spot the Grange — ask for a passionfruit Bellini and thank me later — when I looked around and wondered if I had been teleported to Williamsburg. The crowd here in Upper […]


First Look: Seawalk Restaurant

First Look: Seawalk Restaurant

Just in time for summer, the Dyckman Strip just got another upgrade. Opening next Wednesday, June 7 (261 Dyckman Street), Seawalk is dishing out some innovative seafood-focused fare in a seriously swank and sexy space. Helmed by Executive Chef Fernando Mayers, Seawalk boasts a modern seafood menu with a Mediterranean flair and an emphasis on […]


05/10/2017: The Sixth Annual Food & Drink Boulevard

05/10/2017: The Sixth Annual Food & Drink Boulevard

On Wednesday, May 10, 2017 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m., the Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance (FDBA) will hold its sixth annual Food & Drink Boulevard event along Harlem’s Restaurant Row. Food & Drink Boulevard kicks off the summer in the city and invites local residents and visitors to explore restaurants and bars along the Frederick […]


In Washington Heights, 72-Year-Old Nidia Rivera Has Built an Habichuelas Con Dulce Empire | Remezcla

In Washington Heights, 72-Year-Old Nidia Rivera Has Built an Habichuelas Con Dulce Empire | Remezcla

Written by Yara Simón With what seems like a permanent line at 182nd Street and St. Nicholas, it’s obvious that Nidia Rivera’s culinary prowess draws a crowd. And though her skills aren’t exactly a secret, many who frequent her shop may be too busy savoring spoonfuls of her delectable habichuelas con dulce to know how […]


Harlem’s French Renaissance | NY Times

Harlem’s French Renaissance | NY Times

By JOEL DREYFUSS Harlem has long had a romance with France. Well before the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s, African-American artists and musicians traveled to France to broaden their artistic vision or to escape the daily oppression of American racism. Not widely known, however, is that the traffic went both ways, with French tourists visiting […]


The Edge in Harlem Is a Risk That’s Paying Off | Eater NY

The Edge in Harlem Is a Risk That’s Paying Off | Eater NY

Longtime Harlem residents, the Masters sisters look back on opening a cafe that’s become a community hub by Eater Staff Photography by Jean Schwarzwalder If Zora Neale Hurston​ and Langston Hughes​ were alive today, ​they might be regulars at The Edge in Harlem. The late, great writers attended literary salon parties on the rooftop of […]


Neighborhood Stories: The Market Forces of Washington Heights | Village Voice

Neighborhood Stories: The Market Forces of Washington Heights | Village Voice

By Alexandria Neason When a management company announced last winter that the drugstore chain Walgreens would take over the lease of one of Washington Heights’ major grocery stores, Associated Supermarket on Fort Washington Avenue, neighbors and elected officials rallied and fought back. Their activism was mirrored in nearby Inwood, where residents fought the mayor’s plan […]


Are You The Next Mr. Or Miss Harlem Shake?

Are You The Next Mr. Or Miss Harlem Shake?

Oh snap, it’s that time of the year again. The good folks at Harlem Shake are accepting applications to be the new face of Harlem Shake. To sweeten the deal the winner will be given fame, fortune and feast. That’s right, the winner will ride in the Harlem Shake African American Day Float and their […]

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