In one West Harlem building, diners are sampling coconut sticky rice and ahi tuna at the new high-end restaurant The Cecil. Next month, they’ll be enjoying dulcet tunes at Minton’s Playhouse, an upscale revival of a jazz landmark that was the birthplace of bebop.
Domain, the restaurant now in Vareli's place, offers superb—but pricey—fare.
The longtime eatery shut down in July when the lease expired.
Not everyone can go home to a home-cooked meal this Thanksgiving, but New York has plenty of delicious alternatives for those sticking around who don’t want to cook.
Every Thursday morning, members of the Justice Will Be Served! campaign pass out fliers on College Walk. They say that some Morningside Heights and UWS restaurants mistreat their employees.
The West Harlem Food and Beverage Association is Savona Bailey-McClain’s attempt to show outside businesses that they can prosper in Harlem.
The Studio Museum on 125th Street played host to the Harlem Hospitality and Culinary Conference, where residents discussed how to turn Harlem into a desirable destination for tourists.
While gentrification has pushed many of his original customers out of Manhattanville, Ramon Diaz said it’s exciting to see the neighborhood’s receptiveness to his restaurant's reopening.
The Hungarian Pastry Shop was shut down Wednesday after health violations, but it was reopened on Friday.
The restaurant, which has come under fire from its neighbors for serving rowdy crowds until as late as 4 a.m., and any future business that may occupy the site for the next two years, may not be able to serve alcohol after Feb. 28.
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