Jun 24, 2011 @ 7:08
UPDATE: Harlem Tavern is having a soft opening this coming Wednesday, June 29! Not the 27th!
The day is near when Harlem’s newest beer garden will officially open to the public. Harlem Tavern recently had their gas turned on, all the hires are in place, and this week several days of training occurred. When I last spoke to the owners, they said “give us one more week.” That was this past weekend. Plus all the major traditional New York press are reporting what we have known all along, Harlem Tavern is scheduled to open next week.
We hope our series called Inside Harlem Tavern was helpful and that it provided you with first-hand information on what’s expected to be one of Harlem’s hottest establishments on restaurant row. See you at Harlem Tavern!
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Jun 19, 2011 @ 9:44
We continue our series called Inside Harlem Tavern. We recently told you about how Harlem Tavern is going unisex all the way with their toilets. Let’s now turn our attention to the fun facts about the bar and restaurant opening up on the corner of 116th and Frederick Douglass Blvd.
- Total square footage: more than 6,000 square-foot
- Seating: 150 inside, 150 outside
- Outdoor light fixtures: designed similar to look like the ones in Central Park
- Music: weekend brunches with live jazz
- Culture: art from nearby galleries
- And exact address and phone number: 2153 FDB and 212-866-4500
We have a pretty good idea on when Harlem Tavern is opening so stay tuned.
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