Studio Museum in Harlem
This small, cultural gem has been exhibiting the works of African American artists for more than four decades. While it contains a...
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...
Metropolitan Baptist Church
A classic art-deco spot in the heart of Harlem – once the haunt of big-time jazz cats Miles Davis and John Coltrane – is now a lovely...
The latest culinary excitement to hit Harlem has been this cheery, white-tablecloth French dining spot, where the wonderfully mixed...
Lonely Planet review
This hot spot is run by Ethiopian-Swedish chef Marcus Samuelsson, who laces upscale comfort food with a world of flavors. Grilled salmon is garnished with peanuts while dirty rice features aged basmati. Best of all are the Swedish meatballs, served with potatoes and lingonberries. There is a long menu of beers and a wine list strong on California and Mediterranean vintages.
Tip: the menu is largely the same and significantly cheaper at lunch and on Sundays when it hosts a popular gospel brunch.