Upon initial observation, Harlem, a buzzing enclave within New York City, and Sydney, Australia’s radiant coastal hub, may appear to exist in entirely different realms.
By Glenn Hunter Northwestern Mutual hosted “Community Conversations,” a brunch event at Ginny’s Supper Club at Red Rooster Harlem.
Harlem Restaurant Week, presented by Harlem Park to Park in conjunction with Empire State Development, Harlem Community Development Corporation.
Harlem Restaurant Week Kicks off on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2021, as a celebration of the return of indoor dining and Harlem’s readiness.
As restaurants came out of the mandatory COVID lockdown, Harlem’s hospitality landscape, while badly shaken, was largely standing.
Two celebrity chefs will team up to provide free meals at a Harlem restaurant to help people experiencing food insecurity during the outbreak of new coronavirus in New York City.
By Sam Mattingly A native New Yorker, with a restless spirit, Alex lived and worked in various parts of the country, including Miami and San Diego, taking on a number of positions, primarily in the hospitality and restaurant industry.
In occasion of the 45th anniversary of Harlem Week, Shake Shacks is introducing the new Harlem Week Burger.
Harlem Restaurant Week, a new collaboration among Harlem’s premier merchant organizations, is featuring cuisines from Central, West and East Harlem businesses.
Bella Magazine brought together NYC’s elite to honor cover girl Alexa Ray Joel for the May/June 2018 Beauty issue.
Boris Johnson and David Cameron very publicly fell out over Brexit — but their difference of opinion did not seem to damage their friendship.
When the James Beard Award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson opened Red Rooster on Malcolm X Boulevard in Harlem, he envisioned more than a restaurant.
Lana Turner’s distinctive style has caught the eye of Marcus Samuelsson. Now she’s lending some of her Harlem style to the chef’s Red Rooster restaurant in Harlem, decorating the dining room according to her personal aesthetic.
L+M Development Partners and a co-owner of Red Rooster Harlem shelled out $21 million for the soul food restaurant’s home — a three-story office building owned by the National Basketball Players Association.
Yesterday evening, Tuesday, March 29, 2016 Harlem Business Alliance (HBA), a New York City nonprofit that services Harlem-based prospective and current business owners, hosted their 35th Anniversary Awards Dinner in MIST Harlem.