In a bar where downtown meets uptown and old meets new, we're serving drinks and food that are all made fresh by hand in a comfortable and unique neighborhood spot. We've got high-top tables for friends to gather around over wine or intimate seating
Under the shadow of slavery and a growing prohibition movement in the 1840's, Pete Williams established Almacks -- one of the first black-owned and operated bars in New York City. Williams transformed the 19th century speakeasy in Five Points
Melba’s Restaurant opened its doors in 2005 and has come to be regarded as the premier comfort food destination in New York City. The eponymous restaurant was the vision of founder, Melba Wilson. Being born, bred and buttered in Harlem...
LoLo's Seafood Shack offers Caribbean Street Eats like Conch Fritters alongside Classic New England favorites like Shrimp + Snow Crab Steampots with our signature sauces. Also try the Shack's Crawfish, Smoked Achiote Wings, Jerk Ribs + Veggie Sides
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
In the heart of Harlem, Marcus Samuelsson’s new landmark restaurant celebrates the roots of American cuisine with a lively neighborhood atmosphere and an eclectic mix of live music from up and coming locals to premier artists.
Cathedra is a boutique grooming salon located in NYC; a new take on an old trend. The infusion of style, fashion, haircare, skincare and more incapsulate the ideal Cathedra client. The name "cathedra" comes from the latin iteration of the word "thron