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Chez Lucienne

308 Lenox Avenue
New York City, NY 10027
212.289.5555
http://www.chezlucienne.com/

Harlem residents have been thrilled to welcome this cozy, traditional French bistro to their neighborhood.


 

Covo Trattoria

701 West 135th Street
New York City, NY 10031
212.234.9573

The husband-and-wife team behind Max Soha, Max Caffe and Fragole stake their claim in the north at this intimate restaurant and wine bar/lounge tucked into a former railroad station.


 

Dinosaur BB-Q

646 West 131st Street
New York City, NY 10027
212.694.1777
http://dinosaurbarbque.com

NYC BBQ joints are like kosher delis: There are a handful of contenders, and everyone has an opinion of which one wins. Dino is always among the top spots for all things spice-rubbed and pit-smoked including pork ribs, brisket and Texas hot links. Bonus: Live Blues happen on Friday and Saturday nights.


 

El Toro Partido

3431 Broadway
New York City, NY 10031
212.281.1587

This neighborhood favorite gets raves for the tortas and other Southwestern Mexican and Ecuadorian treats.


 

Fishers of Men

121 West 125th Street
New York City, NY 10027
212.678.4268

Yet another beloved only-in-Harlem city favorite. Papaya King hot dogs, fried whiting and old-school diner desserts are only some of the blessed ways to avoid the long shadows of KFC and Taco Bell.


 

Hudson River Cafe

697 West 133rd Street
New York City, NY 10027
212.491.9111
http://hudsonrivercafe.com

This elegant Harlem eatery gives guests a choice among a ground floor lounge/bar, upstairs dining room, patio, and terrace in which to enjoy fine American food with Latin and Asian flair. It's also a great place for open-air drinks in warm weather.


 

Londel's Supper Club

2620 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
New York City, NY 10030
212.234.6114
http://londelsrestaurant.com

This upscale Southern restaurant near Striver's Row melds Cajun and Continental flavors. Weekends are great for brunch and jazz in the evenings.


 

Miss Maud's Spoonbread Too

547 Lenox Avenue
New York City, NY 10030
212.690.3100
http://spoonbreadinc.com

More down-home goodness from soul food queen Norma Jean Darden (of Miss Mamie's fame) a bit further uptown.


 

Society Coffee Lounge

2104 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
New York City, NY 10026
212.222.3323
http://societycoffee.com

This neighborhood gathering spot draws local artists and musicians as well as families who savor every morsel on the stellar brunch menu and linger over cups of uptown's finest fair-trade blends.


 

Sylvia's

328 Lenox Avenue
New York City, NY 10027
212.996.0660
http://www.sylviassoulfood.com

When in Harlem, eat soul food at Sylvia's. Long considered to be among the neighborhood's best, the years and busloads of tourist have done nothing to tarnish her well-earned reputation.


 

Zoma

2084 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
New York City, NY 10026
212.662.0620
http://zomanyc.com

A warm, inviting atmosphere and warm, inviting meals keep lovers of Ethiopian food coming back to Zoma's clean, modern interior with its backlit bar.

 

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