Monthly Archives: August 2015

12 Things to Do in Your Manhattan Neighborhood This Weekend

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | by DNAInfo Staff Take advantage of the last days of summer before they vanish! These listings were compiled by DNAinfo’s Manhattan reporters: Lisha Arino, Gustavo Solis, … Continue reading

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Harlem’s Mountain Bird Returns With a Rich, Meaty Menu

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety |At the original location, the Underground Gourmet praised the ostrich crostini, and it’s back. Despite overwhelmingly positive reviews, Harlem’s Mountain Bird was forced to close in June … Continue reading

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Growth of Mexican Community Uptown Spurred by Job Access, Lower Rents

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | by Lindsay Armstrong — Although Dominicans are still the dominant group, the Mexican population doubled between 2000 and 2013. WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — It’s long been possible … Continue reading

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Mountain Bird Will Soar Once More in East Harlem

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | The critically acclaimed poultry-centric restaurant that shuttered last year will reopen in September. The husband and wife team of chef Kenichi and Keiko Tajima will reopen Mountain … Continue reading

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Favorite Dishes #46: The Vegetarian Combination at Zoma

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety |Harlem is saturated with restaurants serving delicious and plentiful food. For comforting Ethiopian cuisine, locals head to Zoma (2084 Frederick Douglass Blvd; 212-662-0620).  The space is simple, and the … Continue reading

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Ten Great NYC Rotisserie Chickens Worth Greasing Up Your Lips For

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | Critic Robert Sietsema tells why you should bring a rotisserie chicken home for dinner tonight. Increasingly, these days, a whole rotisserie chicken is becoming a sort … Continue reading

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Schaller’s Stube Sausage Bar, Harlem Nights, Karaoke Boho, and Nazca Now Open

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | Four new openings to know about. EAST VILLAGE — The owners of sausage and charcuterie Schaller’s Stube Sausage recently opened a bar next door in what … Continue reading

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Where to Eat the Best Brunch in NYC

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety |Estela has a great room during the day — and a killer breakfast sandwich. Lauded, reviled, and pilloried, brunch is simply breakfast plus lunch, and it’s hard … Continue reading

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A City Garden in Harlem Is on the Move to Brooklyn

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety |Marie Viljoen, a garden designer and blogger, must relocate with her husband, taking what’s portable in the garden with them. Via: NYT Dining and Wine http://rss.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/nyt/DiningandWine.xml http://www.nytimes.com/pages/dining/index.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

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Macchina, Sushi Roxx, The Topaz, Domo Taco, and More Open

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | Eight openings to know about this week. MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS — The team behind The Bedford and Roebling Sporting Club opened their first Manhattan project last week, … Continue reading

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