Category: HARLEM BUSINESSES

A Look Back — Harlem’s H&M Celebrates Its Red Carpet Re-Opening in Grand Style

A Look Back — Harlem’s H&M Celebrates Its Red Carpet Re-Opening in Grand Style

Last week H&M, Hennes & Mauritz, rolled out the red carpet to celebrate the grand re-opening of their flagship Harlem store. The store first opened in 2002 as a part of “Harlem Center”, a group of retail establishments that were first to open in the now “revitalized” Harlem. Through out the evening the H&M staff [...]

August 5, 2010 | 0 Comments More
Harlem Market Hub Flea Market

Harlem Market Hub Flea Market

Harlem Market Hub is the new community gathering spot. A place to rendezvous with friends, get acquainted with neighbors, promote your service or business, sell your wares – new or used, even test new products for immediate feedback, all while browsing jewelry, art, hand-made crafts, textiles, housewares, furniture; new, gently used, or vintage clothing, and [...]

August 6, 2009 | 0 Comments More
Chimney BBQ and Sushi Bar Opens in East Harlem This Friday

Chimney BBQ and Sushi Bar Opens in East Harlem This Friday

Immersed in nostalgia while blasting into the future, the new Chimney BBQ & Sushi Bar is East Harlem’s newest haunt for dining, drinking and lounging. A double level room complete with a full service bar, its exotic menu features a French/Asian Fusion of food served on the elegantly laid out main level while the MILK [...]

July 21, 2009 | 2 Comments More
Harlem’s New Inspirational Restaurant Gospel Uptown Opens

Harlem’s New Inspirational Restaurant Gospel Uptown Opens

On June 12, 2009, Gospel Uptown (GU) Harlem’s new entertainment and dining destination opened its doors at 2110 Seventh Ave between 125th & 126th Streets. The restaurant’s website says that it offers a healthful Soul Fusion menu which “ventures beyond familiar soul and neo-soul offerings to create an array of choices transcending the traditional Southern [...]

June 15, 2009 | 0 Comments More
Latino Differences Muted in Sotomayor Celebration

Latino Differences Muted in Sotomayor Celebration

Over the past 20 years, Jorge Ayala has seen the transformation here in “El Barrio”: abandoned storefronts turned into chain stores, public schools became bilingual, Mexicans moved in next to Puerto Ricans, and Spanish Harlem changed from ghetto into destination. The change in Ayala’s neighborhood reflects the growth of Latinos in America, who celebrated a [...]

June 3, 2009 | 1 Comment More
Billie’s Black Soul Food in Harlem

Billie’s Black Soul Food in Harlem

May 9, 2009 | 0 Comments More
Blooms Around Harlem

Blooms Around Harlem

Floral Arrangement by Pollen Nation ***** Mother’s Day is officially hours away and if you’re like most people, you haven’t picked up your flowers yet. Below are a couple of Harlem flower shops that make great floral arrangements. If you decide to use one of them, come back and tell us about your shopping experience [...]

May 9, 2009 | 0 Comments More