For the latest and tastiest, hop on the subway and head uptown — way uptown. Harlem has long been known for its cool jazz clubs and beautiful brownstones, but in the past few years it's become a foodie heaven. The upper Manhattan nabe is the newest breeding ground for hot restaurants serving up even hotter cuisine. Go for the craft cocktails, stay for the reasonable prices, and don't miss one of the best covered patios in all of the Big Apple. Brooklyn, what?
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