Before summer comes to a close, enjoy Harlem’s outdoor dining scene that satisfies breakfast, lunch, dinner, and of course weekend brunch.
Barawine looks to bring an authentic wine and dine experience to Harlem. New to the Harlem restaurant scene, Barawine showcases a beautiful interior. Open seven days a week, the menu embraces Hanger Steak, Braised Lamb Shank, Roasted Duck Magret, and Chicken Breast.
200 Lenox Avenue
This cozy French restaurant has a menu spanning lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Restaurant diners can enjoy 50% off the food portion of their bill Friday and Saturday nights when you dine between 12AM and 2AM.
308 Lenox Avenue www.chezlucienne.com
Harlem Shake is bringing a modern retro flare back to Lenox Avenue with their unique burger and shakes. Situated on the corner of 124th and Lenox, Harlem Shake is craving their place in Harlem’s dining scene offering classic burgers including veggie and turkey along with salted caramel, peanut butter, and red velvet milkshakes. Be sure to take a peek at their “Wall of Fame” celebrating famous and notable patrons and friends with photos personally signed.
100 West 124th Street www.harlemshakenyc.com
Domestic beers have a home at Harlem’s first biergarten along with an eclectic menu. Brunch is held Saturday and Sunday from 11AM to 4PM where Crab Cakes Benedict and Norwegian Smoked Salmon Omelet shine on the menu.
2099 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
Harlem Food Bar
Harlem has a cozy and vibrant neighborhood bistro open for dinner daily starting at 5PM. With a colorful atmosphere and outdoor, dining, Harlem Food Bar welcomes you to a menu with a distinctive Salmon B.L.T, Louisiana Po Boy, Basa, and Roasted Chicken with spinach and fingerling tostones and jus. Lemon Blueberry Pancakes, Salmon Benedict, and Red Velvet Waffles round off a fun brunch menu offered Saturday and Sunday from 11AM-4PM. Be sure to check out their happy hour running Monday-Friday from 5PM-7PM.
2100 Frederick Douglass Boulevard www.hfbnyc.com
Maison Harlem joins the West Harlem food scene with a French Bistro style menu and wine selection. Selections include Truffle Mac and Cheese, Wild Mushroom Risotto with baby vegetables, balsamic glaze, and parmesan, and Chicken Paillard with tarragon sauce and frisee salad.
341 St Nicholas Avenue
Patisserie Des Ambassades
After a recent renovation, Patisserie Des Ambassades captivates with a beautiful outside dining area, restaurant, and cafe with pastries matched with an array of breads. Patisserie Des Ambassades is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch on the weekends.
2200 8th Avenue
Ricardo’s Stake House
Ricardo Steak House is an East Harlem gem combining an open kitchen with brick walls, local artwork and candle-lit tables, along with an outside dining area. This steakhouse features an Uptown Rib Eye dressed with roasted potatoes and French beans and P-Y-T Bone Steak served with basil tomatoes and french fries. Pasta, fish, and chicken adorn the menu along with a raw bar selection.
2145 2nd Avenue
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