Friday, September 21, 2012
☞ DRINK: Harlem Public is Now Open
The kitchen is not up and running yet but free popcorn was on hand to accompany the beers on tap which all were $5. As far as atmosphere goes, the interior is filled with warm wood, pendant lights, tile work and even has a 19th century hip element to it with a wall full of antique, framed pictures. Harlem Public appears to have the right look alongside the right pricing to appeal to all demographics in the neighborhood and could be a sign of better things to come over in Hamilton Heights.