Try this NOT that! - "The made-from-scratch treats at The Chocolate Room in Brooklyn far exceed those at Serendipity III, and the ambiance is much more romantic. Perfect for a birthday or a date, the restaurant is dimly lit and cozy. If you’re not sure what to order, try the brownie sundae and their ice cream sandwiches. All their cakes — from classic chocolate to chocolate almond — are also delicious."
Go to one of the many beautiful churches and listen as the toe-clapping, foot-stomping, soulful rhythms of Black gospel music fill the air; participate in sermons and homilies given by Harlem's most prominent. Then let Harlem's finest culinary masters delight and tempt you with their authentic ethnic cuisine with VAYABLE Insider, Carolyn Johnson
The Abyssinian Baptist Church is a Harlem landmark, one of the most famous of the district’s many activist churches. The history of the church began in 1808 when African-American parishioners of segregationist churches decided to establish their own parish. They named the church after the historic name of Ethiopia.
Sundae Sermon - "THE LAST DANCE" - THE MOVIE Part Two Uploaded on Sep 26, 2011 Recorded at Morningside Park, Harlem 9.25.11 with DJ's Rick Medina, Louie Lou Gorbea, and Resident DJ Stormin' Norman ...and the groove continues into the evening hours!