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Patisserie Des Ambassades
Patisserie Des Ambassades
2200 Frederick Douglass Blvd
New York, NY 10026
(212) 666-0078

Patisserie Des Ambassades is a great, fun place to visit. With their varied menu, you'll find something for everyone: sandwiches, variety of lamb, fish and shrimp dishes, traditional and gourmet salads, pastries, vegetarian dishes, weekend brunch and much more! They offer a great place for breakfast, lunch, brunch, dinner, or even just a simple coffee and pastry.

Mischelle's Catering &
Take Out Bistro

2234 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd.
New York, NY 10027
212-690-0221 phone

Mischelle's healthy-gourmet and southern style cooking is based on traditional family recipes that were passed down through several generations.
Their staff is friendly and flexible.
They partner with you to ensure that menu selections fulfill the needs of you and your guests.

Make My Cake
2380 Adam C. Powell Blvd (139th St.)
New York, New York 10030
Phone 212 234.2344

Make My Cake II
Make My Cake II
121 St. Nicholas Ave. (116th St.)
New York, New York 10026
Phone 212 932.0833

Make My Cake is a full service bakery specializing in wedding, shower and birthday cakes. At Make My Cake, everything is made from scratch. Baked fresh every day at two Harlem locations, their cakes contain no preservatives. The delicate butter taste and wonderful aroma of their cakes keep loyal customers from around the world coming back for more. We guarantee it will be one of the ‘sweetest’ experiences in your life.

Londel's Supper Club
2620 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
bet. 139th and 140th Streets
New York, NY 10030
212-234-6114 phone

Located on the threshold of Striver's Row, a historical section of Harlem, Londel's is rich in cuisine, entertainment, and social life. Known to original patrons as "Striver's Row", Londel's has expanded steadily and has maintained its traditional flavor in Southern, Creole, and American Comfort Cuisine.

La Perle Noir Cafe and Bakery
420 Lenox Ave
(between 131st St & 132nd St)
New York, NY 10037
(212) 234-1777

La Perle Noir Cafe & Bakery offers a premium product, at a reasonable price in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. It's that place where you're sure to get a hot muffintop and a fresh cup of coffee; a sandwich, soup or salad at lunch or a baguette and pastries for dinner. It's where old and new Harlemites and visitors meet up.

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que
646 W. 131st St.
New York, NY
Phone 212-694-1777
Dinosaur Bar-B-Q has been nationally acclaimed for their fine food and great atmosphere. They also manufacture and distribute five specialty sauces throughout the U.S., England, and Australia. Live Music is featured every Friday & Saturday Evening. Start time: 10:00 p.m.

Public Transportation: located on the corner of 131st St and 12th Ave Just South of Fairway Market and North of the Cotton Club under the Riverside Drive Bridge. Exit 125th street off of the Henry Hudson Highway The closest subway stop is the 1, at the intersection of Broadway and 125th St.

Creole Restaurant & Jazz Cafe
2167 Third Avenue
@corner 118th Street
New York, NY 10035
212 876-8838 phone

Great Creole cuisine by way of New Orleans. Specialties include Appetizers such as Blackened Shrimp Napoleon and Herb & Lemon Fried Calamari and entrees like Crawfish Roasted Chicken & Stuffed Fried Red Snapper. You can regularly listen the finest live music while enjoying a delicious meal.

461 West 125th Street
New York, New York 10027

Citarella has been a part of New York for over 80 years. They offer the largest selection of fresh seafood & aged prime meats along with prepared foods and gourmet groceries. Their name is synonymous with freshness, quality and value. They have evolved from a small, neighborhood market to a top food destination throughout New York City.

Amy Ruth's
113 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10026
Phone 212-280-8779

Home Style Southern Cuisine.
Carl Redding opened this Harlem soul-food restaurant in 1998, naming it Amy Ruth in tribute to his grandmother. If you don't have a southern grandmother around to cook for you we recommend a visit to this establishment instead!
Revival Restaurant & Bar
2367 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
(NW corner of 127th Street & Eighth Ave)
New York, NY 10027
Phone 212-222-8338

This restaurant is a realization of a vision, where great thought has gone into developing the concept to creating the right ambience and presenting the food with flair. The decor, created with the assistance of designer Suzanna attempts harmony with the elements of Harlem and its rich heritage and the chef PK Jai has put a lot of thought into developing a menu that is unique and yet suited to please each palate. Revival is also a venue where the community can host various events and functions. It is also a place where many local artists, comedians, poets and musicians can come and perform. These all go together to make each visit at "Revival" the ultimate dining experience.