Studio Museum in Harlem
This small, cultural gem has been exhibiting the works of African American artists for more than four decades. While its rotating...
The Apollo is an intrinsic part of Harlem history and culture. A leading space for concerts and political rallies since 1914, its...
Canaan Baptist Church
A modern Harlem church, founded in 1932, that welcomes visitors to Sunday services.
Birthplace of bebop, this Harlem jazz-and-dinner club is a musical holy grail. Everyone from Dizzy Gillespie to Louis Armstrong have...
Tiny, bustling BLVD Bistro takes quality, seasonal produce and turns it into subtly tweaked southern soul food. Heading the kitchen is...
2021 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd · interesting places nearby
Paris Blues information
This down-home dive is named after the 1961 Sidney Poitier and Paul Newman flick about two expats living and loving in Paris. It’s a little worn in places and the booze selection is limited, but it makes up for it with buckets of charm, generous pours, and nightly jazz gigs from around 9pm.