Dwyer Cultural Center
The brand-new, $3-million, 7000-sq-ft Dwyer is the latest player in a new cultural renaissance here. The permanent home to a previously...
The Apollo has been Harlem’s leading space for concerts and political rallies since 1914 and, with its gleaming marquee, is one of the...
New York City & Company
The Times Square branch of New York City & Company sits smack in the middle of this famous crossroads, inside the beautifully...
On the weekends, Perk's is packed with hip-swinging dancers who take over the floor and move to the fusion sounds produced by the DJ. On...
One of the first African restaurants to open up along the stretch of W 116th St now known as Little Senegal, Kine's succulent lamb and...
2235 Frederick Douglass Blvd · interesting places nearby
Slide inside this modernist wine bar, where one wall is covered with bottles of the good stuff, and prepare to be charmed. Nectar is low key and relaxed, pairing its selection of red, white and dessert wines with panini and artisanal cheeses from around the world (helpfully described on the menu).