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Another Jazz place, more pricey, date place dinner, you'll have nice time. If something more quiet and intimate is what your up for, this is a good place.
Founded in 1938 by the saxophonist Henry Minton (where this establishment's name comes from), Minton's Playhouse became, decades after, the setting for a revolution in jazz music.
A little more formal, this is a great Harlem experience with soul food and jazz.
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“Upscale and classy with great food, ambiance, and live music, The Cecil Steakhouse operates in tandem with The New Minton's Playhouse (see Nightlife).”
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Südstaaten- / Afroamerikanisches Restaurant
“just off of 125th & Lenox Avenue - Marcus Samuelsohn's great Harlem Bar, Sunday Brunch Favorite for em. Great Music in the front room, Soul food specialties lifted top to the next level. ”
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“2153 Frederick Douglass Blvd - The sprawling indoor/outdoor pub is a beer lover’s paradise, boasting multiple brews on draft and in bottles. To soak up all the booze, there’s an eclectic menu of gussied-up bar favorites like a spiced lamb burger, buttermilk fried chicken, and build-your-own mac and cheese.”
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“In the black history the entertainment starts in here. Whose careers started at the Apollo include Billie Holiday, Pearl Bailey, Sammy Davis Jr., James Brown & The Famous Flames, King Curtis, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Parliament-Funkadelic, Wilson Pickett, The Miracles, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Rush Brown, Stephanie Mills, Dionne Warwick, Bobby Short, The Jackson 5, Patti Austin, Patti LaBelle, Marvin Gaye, Luther Vandross, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Ben E. King, The Isley Brothers, Lauryn Hill, Sarah Vaughan, Jazmine Sullivan, Ne-Yo, and Machine Gun Kelly.... The theater opened in 1914 as Hurtig & Seamon's New Burlesque Theater, and was designed by George Keister in the neo-Classical style. It became the Apollo in 1934, when it was opened to black patrons – previously it had been a whites-only venue. In 1983, both the interior and exterior of the building were designated as New York City Landmarks, and the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It is estimated that 1.3 million people visit the Apollo every year.”
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“2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd - Lido has a very solid Brunch on the weekends. I also like their dinner, They have a great rack of lamb, the drinks are good and the crowd is friendly. Good place to have a drink at the bar.”
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