Originally located at Lenox Avenue, this market is now placed between the 116th Street and the 5th Avenue. With more than 100 ... More
Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market
Originally located at Lenox Avenue, this market is now placed between the 116th Street and the 5th Avenue. With more than 100 indoor and outdoor stalls, this Harlem attraction sells African products like necklaces, bracelets, hats, watches, artifacts and a variety of designer clothing. After its expansion, the market had to face some loss due to a change of location. But merchants believe that things will get back on track eventually.
Garden of Eden, the local chain of gourmet stores started out as an indoor farmer's market on third avenue, but
it has expanded to carry a wide selection of gourmet food. In addition to the market fresh fruits and ...
This seaport dates back to the 1600's. It was renovated about 30 years ago to become a historic landmark as
well as a shopping mall. It features amazing views of the East River and the Brooklyn Bridge. The mall ...
This old time diner has all the personality you would expect from a New York City institution with a no
frills policy. Grab a stool at the counter or cozy up in a booth. The food is guaranteed to ...