Monday, June 18, 2012

☞ INTRODUCING: The Harlem Wine Gallery

Bespoke readers have been sending in tips this weekend that The Harlem Wine Gallery at 752 St. Nicholas Avenue has finally opened. The wine seller located by West 148th Street signed the contract for the 1,300-square-foot space last fall and now has opened for business. In addition to selling spirits, folks in the Sugar Hill neighborhood should expect to see rotating art exhibits as part of the shops main attraction.

Photo courtesy of Dandy Wellington via Twitter


  1. Great news!!!! So awesome! Welcome to the neighborhood! Will definitely be a customer!

  2. Stopped in on Friday night for a bottle of bubbly and met the very friendly and energetic owner, Ken. It's a great space with a very nice selection of wine and champagne. The art is a nice touch. It's just what the neighborhood needed. We won't buy wine anywhere else now. Have to support this neighborhood gem!

  3. Visited on Friday. A wide selection of wines from all over the world and with prices ranging from very affordable to top of the line. This place could go toe to toe with some of the best wine stores in San Francisco. Plus Ken is a great guy and the art is very cool. A wonderful addition to the neighborhood!

    1. GREAT NEWS ! They worked on it and finished it FAST ! I will check it out tomorrow !! Parfait !

  4. At last!! You know I will be running up the hill on 145th Street tomorrow to see if this is true! I need to see this place with my own eyes to believe it.