Malcolm Shabazz Mosque
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,...
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...
Pretty Settepani's is a glorious sight on a warm day – its rust-colored awning flutters in breezes that flow up and down broad Lenox...
189 Lenox Ave · interesting places nearby
Caffe Latte information
Full of students, seniors, old Harlem and new Harlem, Caffe Latte is fast becoming the place to meet and hang in the 'hood. Breakfasts feature deep rich coffee, omelettes, granola, pancakes and more – organic and some vegan options are offered too (and a lot of baked goods). Lunch and dinner lean toward Italian cuisine, with lots of pastas, raviolis and baked zitis, plus organic burgers.