Monday, November 2, 2020


Harlem Bespoke:  This year has been one of the most challenging ones in history but uptowners have been making the most out of it.  With social distancing protocol in place some new Harlem openings have happened in 2020 and below are some notable businesses that have really made things happen during daunting times.

BK Lobster, 333 Lenox Avenue between 126th and 127th Street is the higher price point seafood spot to look out for in Central Harlem when doors open later this month: LINK

Sugar Hill Creamery, 3627 Broadway by 150th Street is the second location of the beloved uptown ice cream parlor: LINK

Baylander Steel Beach, at the West Harlem Piers on far West 125th Street introduced Harlem's first floating bar on deck of a naval ship on the Hudson: LINK

The Noodle, 372 Lenox Avenue. by 129th Street is also a second location of the popular Handpulled noodle which started up originally in Hamilton Heights: LINK

Oh Craft!, 1739 Amsterdam by 146th Street is the newest beer hall in Hamilton Heights which was founded by the owner of the former Sugar Hill Cafe: LINK

9 Tails cafe, 34 West 126th Street by Fifth Avenue opened in February right before the pandemic hit but has already become the favorite spot to get some hot brew in the neighborhood: LINK

Ink at Belle, 2363 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard by 138th Street is the outdoor cafe of Belle restaurant by Strivers Row: LINK

Catch & Grill, 344 Lenox Avenue by 127th Street is one of several seafood spots to open this year in the neighborhood LINK

Lalibela Ethiopian, 2084 Frederick Douglass Boulevard at the corner of 113th Street replaces Zoma which was one of the casualties of this year's shutdown: LINK

Bixi, 2164 Frederick Douglass Boulevard by 117th Street is the sister bar to Lido restaurant up on the next corner and should open this side of the year if all goes accordingly: LINK 2020

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