A place where culture, pride and music never faded.
Cool then, cool now. From the Harlem Renaissance of 1920s when jazz music, visual art, poetry, theatre, and political ideologies blossomed vigorously, to today’s modern lifestyle still permeated with a strong sense of homeyness. Harlem can feel like its own mini borough in New York City, both quiet and soulful residential area that also offers a wealth of music, food, and cultural events. The fact that this neighbourhood is home to one of the most diverse groups of people of New York, makes everyone welcomed. Harlem has a thriving nightlife, with low-key lounges, hot clubs, and other venues for whatever mood might be striking, live music at Paris Blues Jazz Club, Harlem’s oldest blues club, the chic cocktails and the eclectic Southern soul fusion dishes of Red Rooster, It can feel like a big party.
Yesterday and today blend harmoniously in this vibrant district.