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Coco Le Vu

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Taco Mix

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What to Eat at Harlem’s Vendy Plaza

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Harlem is steadily becoming a happening food hub. And now, they’ve debuted a summer-long alfresco food market (set to rival Smorgasburg!) called Vendy Plaza; which brings Vendy award finalists and local vendors to East Harlem’s bustling La Marqueta…

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Lolo’s Seafood Shack

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Streetbird Rotisserie

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Red Rooster Harlem

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Mountain Bird

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Hot Bread Kitchen

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What’s not to love about Hot Bread Kitchen?  They sell baked goods to finance programs supporting low-income individuals, and everything they make happens to be fantastic.  It doesn’t hurt that the guy manning the ovens is former Per Se baker Ben Hershberger, who’s debuting a rum-soaked, fruit-stuffed, almond-filled Stollen this season.  That means we’ll probably end up eating our weight in cake, but it’s a bit of holiday overindulgence we can really feel good...

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Chez Lucienne

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An affordable French ­bistro in Harlem. 308 Lenox Ave., between 125th and 126th Streets (212) 289-5555 Lunch – 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m., M-F.; Dinner – 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Sun.-Thur., 5 p.m.- midnight, Fri.-Sat.; Brunch – 11-3 Sat.-Sun. CUISINE French bistro VIBE Charming haunt OCCASION Group dinner, neighborhood eats DON’T-MISS DISH Foie gras terrine, tuna tartare, nougat glacé PRICE Appetizers $8, entrees $16, desserts $7 RESERVATIONS Recommended This is the way New York works: Something unexpected pops up and it turns out to fill a crying need. In other words, it wasn’t so unexpected after all. I mean, why was I surprised to find a good French bistro at 125th St. and Lenox Ave. —and surprised to find it jammed on a Friday night, so jammed you couldn’t make your way to the bar? The city is full of unexpected restaurants...

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