This is a must read! New York Magazine’s Grub Street is reporting today that The Chipped Cup, located in Harlem’s Hamilton Heights, and a customer exchanged blows online over marriage equality. Apparently, the customer didn’t like the fact that the local Harlem coffee-house publicly stated its position about marriage equality on its outdoor chalkboard and took to Twitter to say that The Chipped Cup lost one customer. In return, The Chipped Cup responded in style with “thank goodness.” Touché!
Read the full story here!
The days are numbered for Harlem’s famous Lenox Lounge. Grub Street.com double confirms today what Black Enterprise reported yesterday, which was the commercial space will now be rented out to Richie Notar. Also, the NYMag blog reports Robert De Niro is involved. See story below.
That’s it for Lenox Lounge in Harlem. It’s done. Over. Finished. Go there by December 31st to say your goodbyes. That’s the last day Lenox Lounge will be open! May it rest in peace.
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Tagged Black Enterprise, BlackEnterprise, Grub Street, Harlem, Lenox Lounge, Richie Notar, Robert De Niro