Waffels & Dinges spotted in Harlem now, food truck parked on Frederick Douglass Blvd

Waffels & Dinges spotted in Harlem now, food truck parked on Frederick Douglass Blvd

If you’re craving Belgian waffels, there’s a Waffels & Dinges food truck parked right in front of Best Yet on FDB between 118th and 119th Street. They are there now and will be parked there all evening. Stop by for an afternoon and evening treat!

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Harlem’s restaurant row, aka Frederick Douglass Blvd., getting another coffee shop

Harlem’s restaurant row, aka Frederick Douglass Blvd., getting another coffee shop

New restaurants have been the trend on Frederick Douglass Blvd in Harlem for the last five to six years. Now it appears coffee shops are the next big thing. Another coffee/cafe shop is opening up on FDB between 114th and 115th Street on the east side of the block, according to a worker on site. Several workers are hammering away prepping the place for a cafe.

This will be the fourth coffee shop…

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Watch: Skateboarding in Harlem

Watch: Skateboarding in Harlem

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Listen to Bobby Womack’s Across 110th Street! One of the best songs about New York City!

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While I am not a big fan of skateboarding, watching this video of young kids skateboarding through Harlem gave me a new-found appreciation. These skateboarders in this video are very good. Some of the moves they perform on their board are incredible. Just…

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Several Harlem named/themed songs make Time Out New York’s 100 Best Songs about New York City

Several Harlem named/themed songs make Time Out New York’s 100 Best Songs about New York City

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I am reblogging this in honor of Bobby Womack, who recently passed and wrote Across 110th Street.

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Time Out New Yorkrecently released a ranked list of 100 songs dealing with the subject of New York City and several Harlem themed or named songs top the list, such as Take the A Train by Duke Ellington, Across 110th Street by Bobby Womack, Harlem…

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