Land Yoga in Harlem at 2110 Frederick Douglass Blvd has been open for about a month and like most new businesses in Harlem, it hasn’t had a slow day since. Their schedule is in full swing, students are showing up in large numbers in LED classes and specialty teachers are in place, such as a health and wellness counselor. With these building blocks in place, it is now time to celebrate with a grand opening celebration. Land Yoga Harlem invites you to their grand opening this Saturday, July 23 from 4-7:00 pm. Lots of cool stuff are planned. Here is the lowdown:
- There will be yoga demonstrators doing yoga in front of the building!
- Packets of material will be available that includes schedule, regular and one day only party rates, and information on wellness practitioners: Ed Genece, Serena Dawn, and Candice Taylor!
- All retail will be 10% during the party!
- Free reiki or wellness treatments and henna will be offered!
- The yoga room will be decorated in a moody world theme with flowers and candles by Franz James Floral and accented with music design by DJ David Chang.
- There will be a sampling of all natural, no cal sokenbicha tea by Anita Bryant.
- Food and Drink will be provided by 5 and Diamond, 67 Orange, bier international, Harlem Tavern, Lido Italian Restaurant and Bar, Nectar, Red Rooster Harlem, Society, and Zoma.
- Land Yoga will announce one day discounts, which can be added to any existing package.
- A PERKS program will be launched, which will offer gift cards from bier international, Lido, and Society for 3, 6, and 12 month Land memberships. 3, 6, and 12 month members also get in-house perks such as 5%, 10%, and 20% off wellness services and retail discounts too!
- Also, Land Yoga will introduce a Friday night interactive workshop series, a workshop on Mindful Eating hosted by wellness guru Candice Taylor and based off the book Savor, which is sold at Land Yoga.
- Special guests include the local Daily Troop. They will be in attendance in uniform. Land Yoga is a site sponsor for the local Daisy troop.
- And most importantly, Land Yoga will be raising money for a local food bank.
So a lot is happening for Land Yoga’s celebration. Come out Saturday afternoon and have some fun with us. I will be there as well as some of my fellow yoga classmates! Hope to see you there!
Posted in Community, education, Events, Frederick Douglass Blvd., Free!, Harlem, Harlem Tavern, health and wellness, music, New York, New York City, NYC
Tagged 10026, 2110 Frederick Douglass Blvd., 5 and Diamond, 67 Orange, bier international, Harlem, Harlem Tavern, health and wellness, Land Yoga, Lido Italian Restaurant and Bar, Nectar, Red Rooster Harlem, Society
Jun 5, 2011 @ 9:47
There is another place in Harlem to sit outside and enjoy the wonderful summer weather-and sip some delicious wine to go along with it. Nectar, located at 2235 Frederick Douglass Blvd, installed their sidewalk seating yesterday,June 4. As you can see from the photos below, folks wasted no time in sitting down and drinking their white under the Harlem sky. Nice!
I can’t wait to go to Nectar, have some white wine and cheese, and people watch all afternoon long! I love summer and Harlem!
Posted in Bars, business, Community, Events, Harlem, New York, New York City, NYC, restaurant row, restaurants
Tagged 10026, 2235 Frederick Douglass Blvd, Harlem, harlem restaurant row, Nectar
Jan 14, 2011 @ 7:40
Two weeks ago, I blogged about the top-selling wines at The Winery. When I wrote that post I was asked “where else can one purchase wine in Harlem?” The response I quickly gave was Harlem Vintage or stop by for a drink at Nectar on Frederick Douglas Blvd and 120th Street. Soon after, I went through some of my old notes and emails, and I came across another option for Harlemites to purchase wine. Wha…la! And this option is linked to Harlem like the others.
May I introduce Sugarleaf Vineyards and Winery. Sugarleaf Vineyards is 100 percent wholly owned by The Bias’, who reside right here in Harlem with their two kids. They often commute back and forth to Virginia to manage their vineyard. However, their home base is a lovely brownstone in Central Harlem.
While the ingredients, barreling and bottling for Sugarleaf wines may take place in Virginia, they hold similar accolades as fellow Harlemite Marcus Samuelsson when it comes to White House honors and the Bravo TV Channel. Their 2008 Petit Manseng was served at The White House for the 2010 Governor’s Ball and their winery was featured in a recent episode of The Real Housewives of DC.
So if your interested in purchasing wines made by Sugarleaf, click here to order. They ship to New York City in increments of 3, 6, and 12 bottles. Or stick to the walk in plan, Sugarleaf is also sold at Harlem Vintage, Nectar and Red Rooster! Cheers!
Posted in Community, Harlem, New York, New York City, NYC, shopping
Tagged 10026, Frederick Douglass Blvd., Harlem, Harlem Vintage, Lauren Bias, Nectar, Red Rooster, Sugarleaf Vineyards, Virginia, Wine
Nov 19, 2008 @ 20:03
For the last couple of years (let’s say three, which isn’t that long), there have been a number of new cafes, restaurants, and bars that have opened up along Frederick Douglass Blvd between 111th and 119th Street. If our memory serves correctly, first it was Society Cafe Lounge. Soon followed Melba’s. After that we believe it was Zoma, Tribal Spears Gallery and Cafe, Nectar Wine Bar and Cafe 2112. Recently, 67 Orange opened, which we hear their Grand Opening is December 5. And now, Svntn Below, which according to Uptown Flavor is open for business!
We like that all these new places have opened up and are very excited that our community continues to grow in the dining/bar/lounges sector!
To answer the question posed, with about eight new places in less than three years opening, this blogger predicts FDB is on track to become the restaurant row of Harlem!
If we left out a new business, please tell us!
Posted in business, Harlem, Harlem bloggers, Harlem blogs, Harlem Restaurant Row, Harlem restaurants, HarlemGal, restaurant row, restaurants
Tagged Frederick Douglass, Harlem, HarlemGal, Melba's, Nectar, real estate, Restaurant Reviews, restaurants and tagged Central Harlem, Society Cafe., Svntn Below, Uptown Flavor, Zoma.