NYC Restaurants

It comes as no surprise that NYC Restaurants have tremendous depth in Soul Food, Creole, Barbecue, Jamaican, Brazilian and Ethiopian eateries. As one of America’s two entertainment capitals and home to a large number of yuppies, you can also find numerous Steak, Seafood, Barbecue, Jamaican, Mexican, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Jewish, Lebanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Chilean, Argentinian, Irish, British, Greek, Vegetarian and Fusion restaurants. There’s also a blizzard of NYC nightclubs for comedy and nightlife.

NYC Restaurants and Nightclubs

Amy Ruth’s Restaurant
CUISINE: Soul Food & Barbecue

Le Baobab
CUISINE: Senegalese

Miss Lily’s
CUISINE: Jamaican

Londel’s
CUISINE: Soul Food

L Lounge
CUISINE: Light fare

The Cotton Club
CUISINE: American

Uptown at Minton’s
CUISINE: Light fare

Sylvia’s
CUISINE: Soul Food

Showman’s Jazz Club
CUISINE: Light fare

MOCA Lounge
CUISINE: Soul Food

Billies Black
CUISINE: Soul Food

Harlem Tea Room
CUISINE: Teas only

Sugar Bar
CUISINE: Gourmet Afro-Caribbean

Neely’s Barbecue Parlor
CUISINE: Barbecue

Harlem Shake
CUISINE: Milkshakes and Smoothies

Michael Jordan’s Steak House
CUISINE: Steak

Lenox Lounge
CUISINE: Light fare

B.B. King Blues Club and Grill
CUISINE: Southern

Birdland Jazz Club
CUISINE: Light fare

Chez Josephine Restaurant
CUISINE: French

40/40 Sports Club
CUISINE: American

Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine
CUISINE: American and burgers

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  1. You should add https://www.blujeennyc.com/ it is a great spot up in Harlem. This place is black owned and managed by Chef Lance Knowling
    2143 Frederick Douglass Blvd
    New York, NY 10026
    212.256.1073

    Tuesday & Wednesday Dinner 5pm-10pm
    Thursday & Friday Dinner 5pm-11pm
    Saturday Brunch 11am -5:30pm
    Saturday Dinner 6pm-11pm
    All Day Sunday Brunch 11am-9pm

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