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Guidebook for Harlem, New York

Ms. Yvonne

Guidebook for Harlem, New York

Food Scene
Row House offers seasonal American cuisine in ample portions designed for sharing. You can't go wrong choosing ANYTHING on the menu, and it's reasonably priced. Servers are informative and friendly. Great ambience.
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Row House
2128 Frederick Douglass Blvd
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Row House offers seasonal American cuisine in ample portions designed for sharing. You can't go wrong choosing ANYTHING on the menu, and it's reasonably priced. Servers are informative and friendly. Great ambience.
Upscale and classy with great food, ambiance, and live music, The Cecil Steakhouse operates in tandem with The New Minton's Playhouse (see Nightlife).
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The Cecil Steakhouse
210 West 118th Street
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Upscale and classy with great food, ambiance, and live music, The Cecil Steakhouse operates in tandem with The New Minton's Playhouse (see Nightlife).
This fun tropical hangout -- complete with a beachy back patio -- specializes in Caribbean fare with a twist: think bacalao conch fritters, avocado toast topped with plantains, and seafood boils with sauces like coconut curry or garlic butter with Old Bay.
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Lolo's Seafood Shack
303 West 116th Street
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This fun tropical hangout -- complete with a beachy back patio -- specializes in Caribbean fare with a twist: think bacalao conch fritters, avocado toast topped with plantains, and seafood boils with sauces like coconut curry or garlic butter with Old Bay.
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Red Rooster
310 Lenox Avenue
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Les Ambassades
2200 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
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Vinateria
2211 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
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Arts & Culture
Located off West 135th Street, across from Harlem Hospital where in 1958, Dr. Martin Luther King was taken after being stabbed while at a book signing in Harlem. Scholars & Students from near and far visit this mecca of information on African American history and culture. Extraordinary artifacts, exhibits, lectures, rare books, and digital media reside here. You can also tune into a myriad lecture series via Livestream.com.
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Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
515 Malcolm X Boulevard
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Located off West 135th Street, across from Harlem Hospital where in 1958, Dr. Martin Luther King was taken after being stabbed while at a book signing in Harlem. Scholars & Students from near and far visit this mecca of information on African American history and culture. Extraordinary artifacts, exhibits, lectures, rare books, and digital media reside here. You can also tune into a myriad lecture series via Livestream.com.
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The National Jazz Museum in Harlem
58 W 129th St
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Museum of the City of New York
1220 5th Avenue
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Parks & Nature
Located within Fort Tryon Park just off the Hudson River in upper Manhattan, this New York City Landmark is incredibly beautiful in any season! "The Cloisters is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art which houses the museum's extensive collection of medieval European art and artifacts, including the noted Unicorn Tapestries." ~ Wikipedia It is surrounded by the New York City Scenic Landmark Fort Tryon Park which offers amazing views of the Hudson River, the George Washington Bridge, the New Jersey Palisades and the Harlem River.
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修道院博物館
99 Margaret Corbin Dr
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Located within Fort Tryon Park just off the Hudson River in upper Manhattan, this New York City Landmark is incredibly beautiful in any season! "The Cloisters is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art which houses the museum's extensive collection of medieval European art and artifacts, including the noted Unicorn Tapestries." ~ Wikipedia It is surrounded by the New York City Scenic Landmark Fort Tryon Park which offers amazing views of the Hudson River, the George Washington Bridge, the New Jersey Palisades and the Harlem River.
Central Park is just that laid-back place any time of the year!
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Central Park North
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Central Park is just that laid-back place any time of the year!
The African Burial Ground became a National Historic Landmark in 1993. The African Burial Ground National Monument's story is both old and new: It began use in the 17th or 18th century but was only rediscovered in 1991. Our story is both the story of the Africans whose holy place this was, but also the story of the modern-day New Yorkers who fought to honor these ancestors.
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African Burial Ground National Monument,
290 Broadway
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The African Burial Ground became a National Historic Landmark in 1993. The African Burial Ground National Monument's story is both old and new: It began use in the 17th or 18th century but was only rediscovered in 1991. Our story is both the story of the Africans whose holy place this was, but also the story of the modern-day New Yorkers who fought to honor these ancestors.
Drinks & Nightlife
A classic Harlem speakeasy vibe that lends itself perfectly to creating memorable days and nights of celebration featuring the legendary music of Harlem and Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s world renowned cuisine.
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Ginny's Supper Club
310 Lenox Avenue
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A classic Harlem speakeasy vibe that lends itself perfectly to creating memorable days and nights of celebration featuring the legendary music of Harlem and Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s world renowned cuisine.
Minton’s was the place where Bebop was born; the place, really, where the foundations of modern jazz were established. Founded in 1938 by the saxophonist Henry Minton (from whom the establishment took its name) Minton’s Playhouse became, over the next decade, the setting for a revolution in jazz. The New Minton's restaurant and bar operates in tandem with The Cecil Steakhouse and is also upscale and classy.
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Minton's Playhouse
206 West 118th Street
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Minton’s was the place where Bebop was born; the place, really, where the foundations of modern jazz were established. Founded in 1938 by the saxophonist Henry Minton (from whom the establishment took its name) Minton’s Playhouse became, over the next decade, the setting for a revolution in jazz. The New Minton's restaurant and bar operates in tandem with The Cecil Steakhouse and is also upscale and classy.
Sightseeing
Abyssinian Baptist Church is, first and foremost, a place of worship for all people, with a rich history rooted in African American heritage. The Archives and History Ministry collects and preserves historical artifacts about the church to educate the congregation, community, and constituencies at large about the legacy of faith, Christian witness, and significance of the Abyssinian Baptist Church. In 1993, the New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission designated Abyssinian Baptist Church an official city landmark.
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The Abyssinian Baptist Church
132 West 138th Street
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Abyssinian Baptist Church is, first and foremost, a place of worship for all people, with a rich history rooted in African American heritage. The Archives and History Ministry collects and preserves historical artifacts about the church to educate the congregation, community, and constituencies at large about the legacy of faith, Christian witness, and significance of the Abyssinian Baptist Church. In 1993, the New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission designated Abyssinian Baptist Church an official city landmark.
Essentials
BEST is The Best! When you first walk in, there's a juice bar and bakery - before you shop for groceries! It contains a deli for fresh cuts and offers every thinkable quick-pick meal: from soup to sushi, brisket to BBQ, and everything in between! On the lower level, you'll find all other groceries and they stock plenty of organic foods and non-GMO products, a fish market and a wide variety of produce.
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Best Market Harlem
2187 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
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BEST is The Best! When you first walk in, there's a juice bar and bakery - before you shop for groceries! It contains a deli for fresh cuts and offers every thinkable quick-pick meal: from soup to sushi, brisket to BBQ, and everything in between! On the lower level, you'll find all other groceries and they stock plenty of organic foods and non-GMO products, a fish market and a wide variety of produce.
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Whole Foods Market
100 W 125th St
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Harlem Shambles
2141 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
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24/7 Convenience Store. The pharmacy has shorter hours.
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Rite Aid
2170 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
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24/7 Convenience Store. The pharmacy has shorter hours.
Entertainment & Activities
Apollo Theater History: Since opening its doors in 1914 and introducing the first Amateur Night contests in 1934, the Apollo has played a major role in the emergence of jazz, swing, bebop, R&B, gospel, blues, and soul — all quintessentially American music genres. Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday, Sammy Davis Jr., James Brown, Bill Cosby, Gladys Knight, Luther Vandross, D’Angelo, Lauryn Hill, and countless others began their road to stardom on the Apollo stage. Today, the Apollo is a respected not-for-profit, which presents concerts, performing arts, education, and community outreach programs.
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Apollo Theater
253 West 125th Street
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Apollo Theater History: Since opening its doors in 1914 and introducing the first Amateur Night contests in 1934, the Apollo has played a major role in the emergence of jazz, swing, bebop, R&B, gospel, blues, and soul — all quintessentially American music genres. Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday, Sammy Davis Jr., James Brown, Bill Cosby, Gladys Knight, Luther Vandross, D’Angelo, Lauryn Hill, and countless others began their road to stardom on the Apollo stage. Today, the Apollo is a respected not-for-profit, which presents concerts, performing arts, education, and community outreach programs.
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Minton's Playhouse
206 West 118th Street
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