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Hamilton Heights: Eat, Drink, Stroll

Lori

Hamilton Heights: Eat, Drink, Stroll

Food scene
This little place is perfect for pastries, quiche, and coffee. Just a few blocks away. Bring your laptop and hangout!
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Manhattanville Coffee
142 Edgecombe Avenue
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This little place is perfect for pastries, quiche, and coffee. Just a few blocks away. Bring your laptop and hangout!
This place has the best burgers and brews in town. It's always hopping, but they'll seat you quickly. Just show up with an appetite.
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Harlem Public
3612 Broadway
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This place has the best burgers and brews in town. It's always hopping, but they'll seat you quickly. Just show up with an appetite.
If you like adventures in cuisine this little place is literally right next door. The food is Ethiopian/Israeli and absolutely yummy. The owners are super sweet and there's a garden out back. Great for brunch or dinner.
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Tsion Cafe
763 Saint Nicholas Ave
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If you like adventures in cuisine this little place is literally right next door. The food is Ethiopian/Israeli and absolutely yummy. The owners are super sweet and there's a garden out back. Great for brunch or dinner.
If you love an exotic and perfectly-mixed cocktail, this place is for you. Small, intimate bar and a few tables. First come, first serve, but worth the wait. Oysters, rice bowls and ramen--the best I've had in Manhattan.
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ROKC
3452 Broadway
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If you love an exotic and perfectly-mixed cocktail, this place is for you. Small, intimate bar and a few tables. First come, first serve, but worth the wait. Oysters, rice bowls and ramen--the best I've had in Manhattan.
This is the place to be for dinner or weekend jazz brunch. Great fun and don't forget to try Ginny's Supper Club downstairs. Fantastic jazz venue. See who's playing and make a reservation!
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Red Rooster
310 Lenox Avenue
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This is the place to be for dinner or weekend jazz brunch. Great fun and don't forget to try Ginny's Supper Club downstairs. Fantastic jazz venue. See who's playing and make a reservation!
I love this little spot. Super comfy vibe and sweet back patio. Bring your laptop and java it up!
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The Chipped Cup
3610 Broadway
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I love this little spot. Super comfy vibe and sweet back patio. Bring your laptop and java it up!
Great wings and beer. Perfect spot to watch sports.
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Hogshead Tavern
126 Hamilton Place
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Great wings and beer. Perfect spot to watch sports.
OK, I'm a little partial to this restaurant because the owners are my friends, but it is a sweet spot for dinner, lunch, brunch. Outstanding wine list! Sit outside and watch Harlem stroll by!
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Vinateria
2211 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
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OK, I'm a little partial to this restaurant because the owners are my friends, but it is a sweet spot for dinner, lunch, brunch. Outstanding wine list! Sit outside and watch Harlem stroll by!
Wonderful place for lunch, dinner, cocktails or a Sunday jazz brunch.
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The Grange
1635 Amsterdam Avenue
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Wonderful place for lunch, dinner, cocktails or a Sunday jazz brunch.
Sightseeing
This is one of the most historic churches in Harlem. Warm and inviting, make reservations for a Sunday service and hear some amazing Gospel music.
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Convent Avenue Baptist Church
420 West 145th Street
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This is one of the most historic churches in Harlem. Warm and inviting, make reservations for a Sunday service and hear some amazing Gospel music.
You'll definitely want to take a stroll through the area with someone who knows the places to see. This image is City College, one of the oldest in the country. Take a stroll through the campus. It's lovely.
Harlem One Stop Cultural Tours
502 West 142nd Street
You'll definitely want to take a stroll through the area with someone who knows the places to see. This image is City College, one of the oldest in the country. Take a stroll through the campus. It's lovely.
If you like jazz, see who's playing and make a reservation. the best of the best play here.
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Minton's Playhouse
206 West 118th Street
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If you like jazz, see who's playing and make a reservation. the best of the best play here.
This is the most famous church in Harlem. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. visited Abyssinian and preached at services marking the church’s 157th anniversary. A group of African Americans (12 women and 4 men) who refused to accept segregated seating in the First Baptist Church of New York City formed The Abyssinian Baptist Church in lower Manhattan. The church name was inspired by the ancient name of Ethiopia, Abyssinia.
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The Abyssinian Baptist Church
132 West 138th Street
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This is the most famous church in Harlem. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. visited Abyssinian and preached at services marking the church’s 157th anniversary. A group of African Americans (12 women and 4 men) who refused to accept segregated seating in the First Baptist Church of New York City formed The Abyssinian Baptist Church in lower Manhattan. The church name was inspired by the ancient name of Ethiopia, Abyssinia.
Neighborhoods
Welcome to Duke Ellington's destination from the song, Take the A Train. You're in Sugar Hill now. Once home to Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Langston Hughes and more incredible luminaries. This area gets its name from Alexander Hamilton. When he lived here it was called the Hamilton Grange. Take a stroll to his house on West 141st Street between Convent and St. Nicholas. And don't miss a stroll down Convent Avenue to enjoy some of the most beautiful and historic brownstones in the city. Note the crosses on some of the gates. This street gets its name from the convents that were once here.
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Hamilton Heights
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Welcome to Duke Ellington's destination from the song, Take the A Train. You're in Sugar Hill now. Once home to Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Langston Hughes and more incredible luminaries. This area gets its name from Alexander Hamilton. When he lived here it was called the Hamilton Grange. Take a stroll to his house on West 141st Street between Convent and St. Nicholas. And don't miss a stroll down Convent Avenue to enjoy some of the most beautiful and historic brownstones in the city. Note the crosses on some of the gates. This street gets its name from the convents that were once here.