Cheating on Harlem: Restaurant Reviews Below 96th St

Since a girl has to eat (at least) 3 times a day 365 days a year, it’s no surprise that I don’t eat every meal in Harlem.   With Harlem’s new culinary identity is still in its infancy, it lacks the type of adventure and sophistication that some of Manhattan’s more affluent and trendy neighborhoods can support.    Since New York City is one of the most fascinating food wonderlands in the world, I finally decided to start a section of my blog reviewing other noteworthy New York Food Adventures.  So Harlem, even though I am admitting to cheating, please don’t divorce me.  You’re still my first New York Neighborhood love and the only place in the five boroughs I have ever called home.

EAST VILLAGE:

Sushi Dojo (Japanese, 1st Ave between 6th and 7thEbi Karaage at Sushi Dojo

ASTORIA:

Astoria Seafood (Family Style Seafood Restaurant and Fish Market, 3710 33rd St, Queens, NY)grilled and fried squid at astoria seafood

COSTA RICA: 

Mercado Central (Central Market in Costa Rica’s Capital City Avenida 1, San Jose, Costa Rica)cheese and corn fried tortilla

SOUTH SLOPE, BROOKLYN

NYC’s First Gluten-Free Eat-Up (Freddy’s Bar and Back Room at 627 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY)Chocolate Cookies from krumvillebakeshop.com

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