The festival is meant to be a showcase of Harlem rather than a specific genre, its founders said.
Lenox Avenue restaurants to offer food and drink specials Tuesday as part of "Summer Sizzles on Lenox."
The event, set for next May, will showcase new and legacy food and cultural institutions.
Get active in New York City between Monday, July 22 and Sunday, July 28.
The festival returns for a third year with performances at Harlem's most storied jazz venues.
Zach Brooks, the founder of MidtownLunch.com, hosts a weekly podcast.
Meals and retail items cost either $20.13 or $30.13 for the two-week promotion.
Harvist restaurant is part of the My Image Studios cultural complex on 116th Street.
Marcus Samuelsson's new "American Table" will replace At65 at Alice Tully Hall.
Three Manhattan neighborhoods were top winners in one critic's list of the city's top 101 restaurants.
Red Rooster Harlem's Marcus Samuelsson may have expressed interest in the Lenox Lounge space.
Community Board 10 is weighing whether to require Harlem bars close at 2 a.m. instead of 4 a.m.
Changes to Harlem have not stemmed the demand for good soul food.
From laid back to cheap and filling, Harlem's restaurant boom means there's a table for every mood.
Red Rooster, at 310 Lenox Ave., had four critical violations in a June health inspection for the equivalent of a C.
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