68 "Harlem" Restaurants in New York.
Lalibela in Harlem makes Ethiopian food you can eat right on their patio on Frederick Douglass Blvd.
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.