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At Vinateria, market-driven dishes celebrate the rich culinary traditions of Italy and Spain. Cult favorites like rosemary pappardelle with lamb ragu and fresh ricotta and spicy veal meatballs with parmesan polenta attract a loyal clientele of Harlem locals and visitors alike. The acclaimed wine list is full of selections from small producers and accessible finds, while the cocktail program makes use of house-made tinctures, seasonal produce, and fresh-grown herbs from the restaurant’s own garden. Finally, a large seasonal, outdoor patio wraps around the corner restaurant, and seats 40.
Chic, contemporary spot pairing wine and cocktails with upscale Italian- and Spanish- influenced cuisine.
2211 Frederick Douglass Blvd - great food great drinks. The food is always pitch-perfect, and they have an excellent cocktail and wine list. The place has a friendly vibe, cool and relaxed.
“Double Dutch Espresso is your neighborhood coffee joint, a place to hunker down, carb-load, and sip brew. We like found objects, imperfect and whimsical, and surround ourselves with their beguiling aura. Our cozy community living room is a safe place to be heard and make connections while enjoying on one of our expertly handcrafted coffee beverages, or indulging on our deliciously curated pastry selection. ”
“2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd - Lido has a very solid Brunch on the weekends. I also like their dinner, They have a great rack of lamb, the drinks are good and the crowd is friendly. Good place to have a drink at the bar.”
“This hip cafe & bar offers Middle Eastern eats such as shawarma & falafel, plus live music.”
“2153 Frederick Douglass Blvd - The sprawling indoor/outdoor pub is a beer lover’s paradise, boasting multiple brews on draft and in bottles. To soak up all the booze, there’s an eclectic menu of gussied-up bar favorites like a spiced lamb burger, buttermilk fried chicken, and build-your-own mac and cheese.”