In the heart of South Harlem, on the block commonly known as Le Petit Senegal, stands an East African gem. The surrounding neighborhood having French West African ties, Safari stands out as the only Somali restaurant in New York City. 219 W 116th StNew York, New York 10026 Website: https://www.claynyc.com/ Menu: https://www.claynyc.com/eat
Chinese restaurant includes all sorts of dumplings, turnip cakes, congees, and other Asian favorites.
The Craftsman, a new neighborhood space at 3155 Broadway is brought to you by the creative team behind Top Tier Hospitality. By day, The Craftsman, is a “Craft Café” - offering superfood smoothies, healthy eats, raw foods, cold pressed juices and great coffee and teas, by the ever popular Pulp Juice and Kitchen. By night, The Craftsman is a "Craft Bar" - serving beautifully crafted cocktails, a selection of 18 draft craft beers on rotation and a curated menu of small plates and healthy eats by Pulp Kitchen.
Shake Shack is a critically acclaimed, modern day "roadside" burger stand known for its 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers, griddled-crisp flat-top dogs, fresh-made frozen custard, crinkle cut fries, craft beer, wine, and more.
Junzi Kitchen makes bings and noodles. Add-ins include braised meats, Chinese vegetables, pickles, garnish, sauce. Everything’s prepared in front of you in about a minute. Night Lunch features a late-night menu featuring Chinese street foods, as well as experimental dishes from our crew and guest chefs.
This convenient gem is very popular with staff of the Interchurch Center, Riverside Church, Union Theological Seminary, and Barnard College. Breakfast: 7:30AM - 10:00AM Morning Break: 10:00AM - 10:30AM Lunch: 11:30AM - 2:00PM Afternoon Break: 2:00PM - 2:30PM "We're happy to help you plan the perfect meeting! Whether it's for a small breakfast or a large dinner, we can help you plan it every step of the way."
sweetgreen is a destination for simple, seasonal, healthy food.
Cafe with a menu of sweet & savory fare like omelets & crepes plus homemade baked goods.
No-frills eatery dishing up Middle Eastern classics from falafel & hummus to shawarma.
This no-frills taqueria serves traditional Mexican fare & offers a few tables for dining in.
Morningside's Pick for Indian Cuisine: Aangan Restaurant, offers authentic Indian food, with tastes from every region — all in an atmosphere of casual elegance. Aangan is an unprecedented real Indian “courtyard” restaurant experience in the nieghborhood, where people come eat, talk and enjoy. The Indian “Courtyard” experience means a casual elegant and authentic Indian restaurant experience. From the interior to exterior, dishes and service, the courtyard ambience is meant for relaxing and enjoying. Aangan has been created to serve the needs of the staycation New Yorker. 2701 Broadway (on 103rd Street) New York, NY 10025 (212) 280-4100 http://www.aanganindianrestaurant.com/
Small, wood-lined space serving a variety of ramens, including vegetarian broths, plus beer & sake.
Hand-rolled, housemade bagels plus spreads & other toppers draw crowds to this bare-bones joint.