Canaan Baptist Church
A modern Harlem church, founded in 1932, that welcomes visitors to Sunday services.
Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market
This semi-enclosed market does a brisk trade in just about everything: leather goods, crafts, textiles, oils, drums, clothing,...
Cathedral Church of St John the Divine
The largest place of worship in the US has yet to be completed – and probably won’t be any time soon. But this storied Episcopal...
A fun, buzzing beer garden that peddles more than a dozen drafts and a full menu of eats to choose from. The truffle fries with Parmesan...
Make My Cake
Leave your diet at the door and treat yourself to some of the creamiest, dreamiest sweet treats this side of Central Park. Should you...
Africa Kine information
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 fish dishes, with big bowls of brown rice, garlicky veggies and sometimes couscous, bring in a big lunchtime crowd. Kine doesn't look like much from the outside, but it's a real treat for Africa aficionados. For hard-core Senegalese fans, check out nearby Le Baobab. It's a small hole in the wall with minimal decor, mostly doing takeout for taxi drivers, but the food is authentic and flavorful. House specialty poulet yassa (spicy lemon chicken with rice) sells out fast; call ahead if you want it for dinner.