67 "Harlem" Restaurants in New York.
The Noodle is one of the best options for Chinese handpulled noodles in Harlem.
Make My Cake is a bakery in Harlem where you can pick up custom cakes and plenty of other desserts that will make your friends like you more.
Adja Khady is a market in Harlem with a big selection of imported Senegalese groceries.
Les Ambassades is a Senegalese spot in Harlem where you should sit outside before or after getting a pastry from their bakery next door.
The guinea fowl at Chez Alain is one of the best West African dishes in Harlem, and all of NYC.
Africa Kine is a small Senegalese spot in Harlem with some fantastic chicken yassa.
Le Baobab Gouygui is a great option for Senegalese takeout near Morningside Park.
Baylander Steel Beach is a bar on a converted navy ship at the West Harlem Piers. It's a great place to spend a weekend afternoon or evening.
If you need ice cream in Harlem, there’s a fairly simple solution. Go to Sugar Hill Creamery, and get a scoop of something like A$AP Rocky Road.
Kingston is a casual Jamaican restaurant on 116th Street in Harlem with a fun bar and really good jerk chicken.
Chocolat is a restaurant in Harlem where you can eat some red velvet pancakes or a big serving of shrimp and grits.
Reverence serves a five-course tasting menu at a chef’s counter in Harlem for $98 per person.
Teranga is a counter-service West African spot that’s a great option for lunch or a casual dinner on the border of the Upper East Side and Harlem.
Moca Bar is a laid-back cocktail lounge in Harlem. It’s a good spot to catch an open mic night, and it’s a great place to catch up with a few friends.
67 Orange Street is a cocktail bar in Harlem that’s good for first dates.