Harlem Ale House Opens With 100-Plus Beers

Last week we wrote about Harlem’s long history of beer in the article The London Irish Pub Comes Home To Harlem, now the Harlem Ale House has recently swung its doors open.

Owner Eric Curtis has decorated the space with vintage relics from the original 150-year-old building where the bar now stands.The space previously housed a bowling alley, a speakeasy, and lodges through the decades. It carries more than 100 types of beer and also has a bar menu with dishes like burgers, fajitas, and a caesar salad.

Harlem Ale House, 101 West 127th St., near Malcolm X Boulevard., www.instagram.com/harlemalehousenyc/

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