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The Neighborhood

You’ll find more in one of Harlem’s most actively growing neighborhoods where historic gems exist next to new favorites. Dining in Harlem meets every foodie’s desires, from signature cocktails at the famed Red Rooster to soul food at Sylvia‘s. New shopping developments, the construction of Whole Foods at 125th Street, and the area farmers’ market make everyday shopping quick and simple. Outdoor space is readily accessible with several nearby parks, including the community garden next door. With so much available, simply think Uptown58.

Neighborhood Highlights

  1. Bier International . 2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
  2. Red Rooster Harlem . 310 Lenox Ave.
  3. Tonnie’s Minis . 264 Lenox Ave.
  4. Sylvia’s . 328 Malcolm X Blvd.
  5. Chocolat . 2217-23 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
  6. 110th Street Playground . 110th at CPW and Lenox
  7. Paw Prints of Harlem . 100 St. Nicholas Ave.
  8. The Studio Museum . 144 West 125th St.
  9. Land Yoga . 2116 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
  10. Kiosk . 80 East 116 St.
  11. Lenox Coffee . 60 West 129th St.
  12. Harlem Shambles . 2141 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
  13. Madison Avenue Wines . 1793 Madison Ave.
  14. Settepani . 196 Lenox Ave.
  15. Boulevard Bistro . 239 Lenox Ave.
  16. Pioneer Super Market . 380 Lenox Ave.
  17. The Winery . 257 West 116th St.
  18. Bad Horse Pizza . 2222 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
  19. Land Yoga . 2116 Frederick Douglass Blvd.