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The Future of the Harlem Dining Scene

By Christopher Stewart | July 1, 2013

With the loss of iconic greats like M&G Soul Food, Harlem residents can expect an uptick of new restaurants. (Photo: Thomas Hawk)
With the loss of iconic greats like M&G Soul Food, Harlem residents can expect an uptick of new restaurants. (Photo: Thomas Hawk)

With the loss of iconic greats like M&G Soul Food, Harlem residents can expect an uptick of new restaurants. (Photo: Thomas Hawk)

The rumor mill was all abuzz these last few weeks as word got around that the burger empire, “Shake Shack” was making its way Uptown with a new location in Harlem. I for one was ecstatic that such a big name was heading uptown, the same as I was when Red Rooster Harlem opened its doors a few years ago. The rumor mill is just that a rumor, according to DNA Info Harlem and a spokesperson for Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group. According to Faith Hope Consolo, of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, although Shake Shack isn’t heading uptown any time soon, a lot of restauranteurs big and small are looking to bring restaurants and bistro’s uptown, on 135th between Adam Clayton Powell and Frederick Douglass Boulevard to be exact. Read More

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The Grange Bar and Eatery Opens This Month in Hamilton Heights

By Christopher Stewart | June 5, 2013

The Grange

The word is out…Harlem is now the place to be, be seen, and to experience a massive amount of incredible dining options. This month, the new addition of  The Grange Bar and Eatery will be opening in the Hamilton Heights section of Harlem.  With the feel of a 19th century barn, designer Benjamin Kay  (whose recent restaurant work includes Corner Social) has implemented old and new touches to The Grange which is his latest restaurant venture. The feel of the new restaurant will be a farmers kitchen, bar, and neighborhood bistro. Read More

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Uptown Brasserie Opens Today at JFK!

By MarcusSamuelsson.com | May 24, 2013

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JFK, Terminal 4, marcus samuelsson, brasserie

Image of the brand new Uptown Brasserie by Marcus Samuelsson, open now at JFK Terminal 4

Uptown Brasserie opens today at JFK Terminal 4. Uptown Brasserie highlights classic American favorites with an international influence in a New York-style brasserie setting, and the best seat in the house will be a view of the open kitchen. More images coming soon but here’s the full menu….we’re out at JFK celebrating the opening which joins a new food and beverage program with elevated dining options at the most important airport in the world. We’re proud to join Danny Meyer and Nancy Silverton (among others) to help provide an unparalleled dining experience to the 11 million travelers flying in and out of JFK and the expected 15 million travelers by 2014.

Stay tuned and see you at the airport!

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