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Tsion Cafe

Where: 763 St. Nicholas, NYC 10031 (between 148th and 149th street)

  • Was tempted into getting a meat dish with my veggie combo by the waitress, but I should have stuck with my gut instinct…
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Eating

NYPD officer charged with beating woman in 2014, arrested again for drunk driving: police

HAMILTON HEIGHTS, Manhattan – An NYPD officer accused of breaking into a woman’s Bronx apartment and brutally beating her in a drunk binge was arrested again, this time for driving while intoxicated early Sunday, police said. 217 more words

Manhattan

New Mexican Restaurant in Harlem Features a $17 Tostada Appetizer, Because Why Not?

Awww, the wonders of gentrification!

I remember when you could just go have a simple, no-frills, $1 taco around my neighborhood. But these days the Hamilton Heights-West Harlem area is rapidly filling up with posh, mostly unaffordable “ethnic” places, catering to a mostly non-ethnic crowd who has realized living uptown is not that awful after all. 78 more words

Marketing & Advertising

City College is gorgeous!

KABOOMY!  We pop uptown to eat at a friend’s restaurant, and we get the additional treat of strolling through the campus of City College–jaaaa!!  It is so fun to wander around New York City and be reminded that there is something beautiful around nearly every corner. 198 more words

New York City

Uptown Italian...Fumo--

BAM!  We know this guy, Pietro, from his days working at Rafele on Seventh Avenue. . .one day we pop into Rafele and ask, “where is Pietro?”  Rafele says, “he has his own place up on the corner of 139th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, it’s called Fumo…go check him out.”  So we do, and it is damn tasty up here. 236 more words

Food

A GARDEN OF CATS

One of the best things about living where we live is the amount of green in close proximity. We are blocks from the Hudson River Park, Jackie Robinson Park, and Highbridge Park. 469 more words

Audubon Mural Project

Nineteenth-century naturalist, ornithologist, and artist John James Audubon lived the later years of his life in northern Manhattan, in what is now the Hamilton Heights neighborhood of Harlem. 414 more words

New York City