Photo: Archer & Goat
Harlem Restaurant Week runs from Oct 19 through Oct 31 and of offers a taste of the flavors of Harlem.
Here are some of them:
Archer & Goat - A casual atmosphere and comfort foods like Crispy Brussels Sprouts, Roasted Corn Salad, A&G Burger with fries and Tres Leches Panna Cotta. A 3-course frix fixe meal goes for $35.
Bistro Casa Azul - Look for some Latin flare in dishes like Ceviche de Camarones, Flank Steak Tacos and a Double Cut Ribeye. Wash it down with a classic margarita or mojito.
Photo: Dinosaur BBQ
Dinosaur BBQ - A good stop for drinks and stick-to-your-ribs comfort foods. Think Bar-B-Cue Chicken Wings, BBQ Ribs, Pulled Pork Sandwiches and Bowls. Drinks include the Dino Demise and Donkey Punch.
Fieldtrip - A Harlem favorite for rice bowls topped with things like Crispy Chicken, Seafood Gumbo, Fried Fish and BBQ Brisket. Sides include Crab Pockets and Nana's Bread with a red curry carrot dipping sauce.
Harlem Shake - Exactly what the name suggests, a burger joint (using Pat LaFrieda's signature blend) that is also serving up Mama's Fried Chicken and a namesake "red velvet" shake.
LoLo's Seafood Shack - Dive into a bowl of spicy crawfish or crab legs. Aside from seafood steampots, dinsers will also find things like Bilizean Conch Fritter, Jerk Ribs and Fried Crab Cakes.
Photo: LoLo's Seafood Shack
Mountain Bird - This chicken-centric restaurant features things like Black Truffle Chicken Wings, Chicken Schnitzel, Coq Au Vin MB Style and Chicken Consomme with chicken liver mousse wonton.
Red Rooster Harlem - Marcus Samuelsson's spot for everything from Deviled Eggs and Wild Wild Wings to Shrimp & Grits, Fried Catfish and Chicken with Waffles.
Photo: Sexy Taco
Sexy Taco - Mission style tacos, burritos and salads are offered with fillings like Cuban Chicken, Mexican Pork, and Beef Birria. Add a side hustle like tostones with garlic sauce or guac & chips.
Teranga - West African spot offering dishes like Efo Riro Kale Stew with okra and fermented locust bean, and Yassa Yassa Chicken over Jollof Rice cooked in a spicy tomato broth.
For a complete list of participating Harlem Week restaurants click here
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