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Review for 230 Fifth: Best Heated Rooftop Bar/Club/Restaurant In NYC by Jillian
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230 Fifth is the coolest rooftop bar in NYC! They even have heated igloos during the winter months!
Review for Le Privé by Jillian
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My boyfriend took me on a date here and it was so romantic! We had a fantastic night with great food and delicious cocktails!
Review for Shorty's NYC by Maggie
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Shorty's is the best place in NYC to find Philly-style food! Being a Philly native, I don't trust any cheesesteaks from out of state but Shorty's has it figured out!
Pros: Great happy hour specials & very friendly service
Review for The Boogie Room by Maggie
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The Boogie Room is a hipsters dream club with a really cool, retro vibe & great drinks/music!
Pros: Decor, music, atmosphere altogether
Cons: Drinks are pricey as expected
Review for On Now Lounge by Matthew
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One of the best happy hours around. Go for the BOGO drinks, stay for the beer pong and karaoke.
Review for Haven Rooftop by Matthew
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Absolutely nothing to complain about. The staff was friendly, the service was quick, the food and drinks were both superb.

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About Harlem

Harlem New York was settled in the 1600s. Harlem is full of history, unique architecture, and mixed cultures. Harlem occupies northern Manhattan Island. The boundaries of Harlem are between 155th street and East 96th. Harlem is to the east of Central Park. Many Harlem residents enjoy listening to music and watching shows at The Apollo Theatre and the Theatre of Harlem. Harlem has developed a great reputation for having amazing food, flashy clubs, and good music, particularly jazz. The jazz music attracts people from all over New York. Harlem became a mostly black community soon after World War I due to many African Americans moving up from the southern states. Harlem New York is still known today as a mostly black community. New Yorkers came flocking to Harlem in the early 1900s due to electric railways and booming properties. Most of the clubs in Harlem attract the midtown caucasian crowd of young men and women as well as some of the Harlem locals. The clubs come alive at night with the smell of good food in the air and jazz at your ears.

Events in Harlem

2019 Women's Jazz Festival WEEK 4: Jazzmeia Horn
on Thursday, 25 Apr, 7:00 PM
at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library Find Tickets
515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037

The Schomburg Center’s Annual Women's Jazz Festival, in honor of Women’s History Month, features some of the best-known and unsung female performers in jazz today.

on Thursday, 25 Apr, 7:00 PM
at Pelham Fritz Recreation Center Find Tickets
18 Mount Morris Park West, New York, NY 10027

Join NYC Parks Art, Culture & Fun for live jazz concerts with world class musicians from the Jazz Foundation of America.

Alex Katz / Opening Saturday, April 27 / 439 W 127th Street
on Saturday, 27 Apr, 6:00 PM
at Gavin Brown's enterprise
439 W 127th St, New York, NY 10027

GBE 439 W 127TH STREET NY NY 10027

Manhattan Collective Annual Spring Banquet
on Saturday, 27 Apr, 6:30 PM
at Alfred Lerner Hall Find Tickets
2920 Broadway, New York, NY 10027

The Manhattan Collective has teamed with one of the largest non profit organizations, Safe Horizon for our annual Spring Banquet

Easter Egg Hunt
on Sunday, 28 Apr, 1:30 PM
at St Nicholas Orthodox Church Hall
1465 Clintonville St, Whitestone, NY 11357

All children in the St. Nicholas community are invited to our Easter Egg Hunt after Paschal Agape Vespers.

Event Attending
Cinco de Bougie: Networking Brunch for Women of Color
on Saturday, 4 May, 12:00 PM
at The Cecil Steakhouse Find Tickets
210 West 118th Street, New York, NY 10026

Touted as one of the most empowering and inspirational networking events in New York City, the Bougie Brunch returns with a festive Uptown flair! Join the BB Group for a celebratory gathering for women of color to connect. 

Event Attending
7th Annual Run for the Roses Gala and Kentucky Derby Watch Party
on Saturday, 4 May, 7:00 PM
at Red Rooster Harlem Find Tickets
310 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10027

Come Experience The Sights and Sounds of the Kentucky Derby - Harlem Derby Style!

Margarita May-Hem: A Cinco De Mayo Brunch & Day Party
on Sunday, 5 May, 12:00 PM
at MISTHarlem
46 W 116th St, New York, NY 10026

Cinco de Mayo is NOT Mexican independence day. It’s actually a celebration of the Mexican Army’s unlikely win over the French at the Battle of Puebla.

Monica Huggett & Byron Schenkman
on Sunday, 5 May, 4:00 PM
at Music Before 1800
529 W 121st St, New York, NY 10027

Monica Huggett, violin Byron Schenkman, harpsichord Toma Iliev, violin Joanna Blendulf, viola da gamba

Mother's Day @The Grove
on Sunday, 12 May, 8:00 AM
at Union Grove Missionary Baptist Church
1488 Hoe Ave, Bronx, NY 10460

Bring Your Mother & Grandmother To The Grove On Mother's Day. Pastor Crawford Will Be Delivering A Special Word Just For Them.


Harlem Updates

Danny Grandez on B2 Harlem
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This place has great food and great decor!