Uptown links: the Uptown Night Market is coming to West Harlem, and more

Updated: May 24


The Uptown Night Market is coming to West Harlem
Under the Riverside Viaduct in West Harlem.

• The Uptown Night Market, a new outdoor bazaar featuring food and drinks, arts and crafts, performances and more, is coming to West Harlem starting July 8 from 4pm to 10pm (updated 5/24/21). The monthly event, running through the fall, will take place under the Riverside Drive Viaduct near Dinosaur Bar-B-Que restaurant, according to the organizers. [Patch]


• As its plan to extend the Second Avenue subway to 125th Street advances, the MTA revealed a map of more than a dozen privately-owned companies it would acquire using the state's eminent domain law. [Patch]


• The corner house at 339 Convent Avenue featured in Wes Anderson's The Royal Tenenbaums can be yours for $20,000 per month. [Gothamist]


• Hear a special recording of a Harlem gospel choir—the singers of the Bethel Gospel Assembly in Harlem—complete with a 3-D model of the church's sanctuary. [NY Times]


• A pair of red tailed hawks recently built a nest and started a family on a West Harlem fire escape, becoming a "soap opera for social media." [NY Times]


• Muse, a by-appointment-only perfume shop in a Harlem brownstone, is a "destination in [its] own right." [T The New York Times Style Magazine]


• Here's how Brian Taylor, the owner of Harlem Doggie Day Spa, spends his Sundays. [NY Times]


• New Singaporean restaurant Native Noodles in Washington Heights makes a "spectacular" roti john sandwich. [Eater NY]


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