Harlem Renaissance House
237 west 139th street, New York, NY, United Stateshttp://www.harlemrenaissancehouse.com212.226.1590
700 West 125th Streethttp://www.dinosaurbarbque.com/locations/harlem(212) 694-1777At Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, fresh, homemade, and high-quality aren’t just catchwords; they’re our foundation. Our commitment to food quality and genuine hospitality is unyielding and intense. We pride ourselves on our loyal guests, employees, and being a great place to have fun and sample some of the best bar-b-que in the country. Our menu is firmly rooted in the traditions of Southern bar-b-que, but there are other influences that shape our flavors and give our food its own distinctive character. That’s one of the secrets of great bar-b-que- staying committed to tradition, but finding your own stamp and signature.
2620 Frederick Douglass Boulevardhttp://www.londelsrestaurant.com/home.htm(212) 234-6114Located on the threshold of Striver's Row, a historical section of Harlem, Londel's is rich in cuisine, entertainment, and social life. Known to original patrons as "Striver's Row", Londel's has expanded steadily and has maintained its traditional flavor in Southern, Creole, and American Comfort Cuisine.
Yatenga French Bistro & Bar
2269 Adam Clayton Powell Jr #1http://www.yatengabistro.com(212) 690-0699Yatenga Happy Hour 4-8pm House Wine $4 Draft Beer $4 House Tequila Shot $2
Make My Cake
2380 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevardhttp://www.makemycake.com(212) 234-2344Make My Cake is a full-service retail and wholesale bakery specializing in scrumptious baked goods that boast both Southern flavor and Harlem inspiration. For the past 15 years, Make My Cake has offered their clientele heavenly desserts such as the homestyle butter cake, the New York Times’ pick, Red Velvet Cake, Food Network favorite, German Chocolate Cake, and local best-seller, Sweet Potato Cheesecake.
2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blhttp://www.shrinenyc.com(212) 690-7807Shrine is a multimedia arts and culture venue, founded in 2007 by musicians and music lovers in the music capital of Harlem, USA. We are dedicated to art and culture in all mediums: film, theater, dance, and live music. Shrine World Music Venue’s mission is to establish a positive creative atmosphere for both artists and audiences from all backgrounds.
Red Rooster Harlem
310 Malcolm X Boulevard(212) 792-9001
116th Streethttp://www.columbia.edu(212) 854-1754For more than 250 years, Columbia has been a leader in higher education in the nation and around the world.
City College of New York
160 Convent Avenuehttp://www.ccny.cuny.edu(212) 650-7000City College has a 35 acre campus that stretches along Convent Avenue from W. 130th Street to W. 141st Street in the Hamilton Heights section of Manhattan (Harlem). Its century-old neo-gothic buildings, designed by George B. Post, are listed on the United States and New York Registers of Historic Places.
253 West 125th Streethttp://www.apollotheater.org(212) 531-5300The world famous Apollo Theater is so much more than a historic landmark - it is a source of pride and a symbol of the brilliance of American artistic accomplishment. With its rich history and continued significance, the Apollo Theater, considered the bastion of African-American culture and achievement, is one of the most fascinating chronicles in American history.
Studio Museum in Harlem Gift Shop
144 West 125th Streethttp://www.studiomuseum.org(212) 864-4500The Studio Museum in Harlem is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture. It is a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society.
Schomburg Center For Research In Black Culture
515 Malcolm X Boulevard at 135th Street New York, NY 10037http://www.nypl.org/locations/tid/64/about(212) 491-2200The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, a research unit of The New York Public Library, is generally recognized as one of the leading institutions of its kind in the world. For over 80 years the Center has collected, preserved, and provided access to materials documenting black life, and promoted the study and interpretation of the history and culture of peoples of African descent.
Harlem Heritage Tours
104 Malcolm X Boulevardhttp://www.harlemheritage.com(212) 280-7888arlem Heritage Tours is the premiere grass roots tourism company in Harlem. We truly offer Harlem’s most authentic sightseeing tours that serve to highlight the rich history of this New York neighborhood and it’s many contributions to global culture.
Welcome to Harlem Tours
Frederick Douglass Blvdhttp://welcometoharlem.com(212) 662-7779WELCOME TO HARLEM is known as the premier visitor center in Harlem. We are located at 2360 8th Avenue (Frederick Douglass Boulevard) just around the corner from the famous Apollo Theater. When you enter our friendly, street level office you will be greeted by knowledgeable people who are passionate about sharing their expertise and guidance in a friendly manner. We pride ourselves on assisting visitors looking for the sights and sounds of Harlem - and of course sharing some of Harlem's Hidden Treasures with you, too!
690 8th Avenue # 2http://www.harlemspirituals.com(212) 391-0900Harlem Spirituals is New York's leading specialty tour operator for over 25 years. Experience signature Harlem Gospel and Jazz tours or one-of-a kind cultural journeys around the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan! In Eng., Fr., Spa., Ita. & Ger.!