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Amy Ruth's

in Southern, Soul Food, Restaurant

Harlem's famous Soul Food Restaurant, Amy Ruth’s, was inspired by the memory of a loving Grandmother. Amy Ruth Moore Bass was a native Alabamian. A devout Christian, she was the wife of Elijah Bass Sr., the mother of 10 children

113 West 116th Street
Harlem, New York 10026
United States

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Annual African American Day Parade

in Festival, Celebrations

The African-American Day Parade is a national parade that is held every 3rd Sunday in September each year. This year we are celebrating our 47th Annual African American Day Parade.

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Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd
Harlem, New York 10027
United States

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When Every year on the 3rd Sunday of September 01:00 pm - 06:00 pm

Chocolat

in American/General

Whether it’s an intimate evening for two or happy hour at the bar, dinner with colleagues or a family gathering for brunch, catching up with the girls or watching the game with the fellas; Chocolat has the ambiance to fit every occasion.

2223 Frederick Douglas Blvd
Harlem, New York 10026
United States

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Keur Sokhna Restaurant

in African

2249 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd
Harlem, New York
United States

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Make My Cake

in Bakeries

2380 Adam C. Powell Blvd
Harlem, New York
United States

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B2 Harlem

in Seafood, Burgers, American/General

Billie’s Black restaurateur Adriane Ferguson collaborates with HGTV celebrity designer Mikel Welch to launch B² Harlem; a new seafood concept for the Harlem community.

271 W 119th St
Harlem, New York 10026
United States

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