posted on September 16, 2010 09:16
When Frank Bruni of the New York Times speaks, people listen. His piece in the New York Times from this week highlights what great restaurants and bars are popping up all along Harlem’s restaurant row. The neighborhood essentials are all there like the Best Yet Market and the Chase bank. There has never been a better time to discover the neighborhood the Curbed is calling Harlem’s Gold Coast.
According to Bruni, “The range of establishments for drinking provides a yardstick… and on Frederick Douglass Boulevard, between 112th and 121st streets, most of the tipsy trends of the moment are now represented.”