Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market
This semi-enclosed market does a brisk trade in just about everything: leather goods, crafts, textiles, oils, drums, clothing,...
Charles A Dana Discovery Center
Get your bass on! You can borrow a rod and bait (corn kernels) for free catch-and-release fishing at the Harlem Meer from April through...
Canaan Baptist Church
A modern Harlem church, founded in 1932, that welcomes visitors to Sunday services.
Ginny’s Supper Club
Looking straight out of Boardwalk Empire, this roaring basement supper club is rarely short of styled-up punters, sipping cocktails,...
Amy Ruth’s Restaurant
Perennially crowded Amy Ruth’s serves up classic soul food, from fried catfish to mac ’n’ cheese and fluffy biscuits. But it’s the...
137 E 116th St · interesting places nearby
El Aguila information
Get messy over cheap and cheerful chicken, tongue and bistec (grilled steak) tacos at this no-frills, tile-clad taqueria. Tasty alternatives include tamales, tostadas, tortas (sandwiches) and veggie burritos, all served with a side of blaring Mexican tunes and televised Mexican soaps. If you’re heading in for breakfast, dig into the pan dulce (a sweet Mexican bun).