Tuesday, December 4, 2012

☞ EAT: Turkish Restaurant Arriving at 2280 FDB

More Harlem news in the papers has announced that a popular Turkish restaurant from the Upper West Side will be opening at 2280 FDB.  The luxury development at 123rd Street has not had a tenant placed in its commercial space since it finished construction and now the New York Post announces that Savann will be opening a 2,500-square-foot eatery with reasonable prices in one of the storefronts.  Read more details in the Post: LINK

9 comments:

  1. Great news - this seems to have the right basic idea: good prices, a bar, food that's not available yet in the area. Let's hope they nail the decor because that is always the key .. anybody remember the UWS location?

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  2. I ate there about 7 years ago with my girlfriend (now wife) - it was pretty good but honestly don't remember the specifics of the food, but do remember it being a very fun, enjoyable night. So hopefully they can bring the same vibe and enjoyment Uptown.

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  3. I love Turkish food!I look forward to trying them out.

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  4. Turkish food has a long tradition in Harlem.

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  5. I am really curious by what you mean by that pignoli...? I am Turkish living in Harlem for the last 4 years and Turkish food is virtually non-existent here. My peeps are too uptight to live above 96th Street

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  6. I've been to the one on the UWS, it's quite good. This is great news - more improvement in the neighborhood!

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  7. I know the guy who owns this restaurant and have eaten in his restaurant on UWS years ago. He has great food. I own a building couple blocks down and it makes me very happy to see that all these businesses are opening up here. Best of luck to him.

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