See What Harlem Has to Offer

Rich in history and culture, discover why we love Hamilton Heights

Explore The Area

Both New and Old are Worth the Time

Perch Harlem is located in the heart of Hamilton Heights, a bustling corridor in upper Manhattan that is rich in history. Over the last decade, as Harlem has once again become a cultural hub in NYC, Hamilton Heights has blossomed as a unique pocket of Manhattan. From restaurants to art galleries, the area offers a unique local scene to explore, as well as easy commutes to Columbia Presbyterian, Columbia University, or express trains to downtown Manhattan


Perch Harlem Picks

Get out there and spread your wings, see what Harlem has to offer!

Bono Trattoria

3658 Broadway, New York, NY 10031

Popular Harlem restaurant offering everything from savory pizzas to the most beautiful decorated decadent desserts. Fan favorites include the Parma Pizza and their Red Velvet Cheesecake.

Jin Ramen

462 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10024

Known for their fresh noodles (which they make daily) their variety of soup stocks and noodles make every trip to Jin Ramen exceptional and one of a kind!

Unione Restaurant

2628 Broadway, New York, NY 10031

Whether you are looking for a quick bite to eat or are out with your friends, Unione’s blend of Modern American Cuisine and diverse wine collection make it the perfect spot for a meal or night out.

Harlem Public

3612 Broadway, New York, NY 10031

Looking for a place to grab a bite for lunch or a brew after work? Harlem Public has a phenomenal selection of beer and bar food. If you’re feeling adventurous, try their famous Peanut Butter Burger!

Hogshead Tavern

126 Hamilton Pl, New York, NY 10031

If you’re looking for a great selection craft brewed beer, the Hogshead is your place. Hang your hat here after a long workday and unwind with one of their craft beer samplers or signature share plates.

Anchor Wine Bar

3508 Broadway, New York, NY 10031

Wine Bar & Italian Restaurant
Whether you’re looking for a romantic night out or one with just the friends, Anchor Wine has a great selection of wines and beer on tap to keep the good times flowing.

The Grange Bar and Eatery

1635 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10031

For a delicious combination of farm to table cuisine and a huge variety of cocktails, wines, and beers on tap, The Grange is your go to spot. If you’re going with a large group be sure to check out The Study area!

The Chipped Cup

3610 Broadway, New York, NY 10031

Bringing a Victorian Tea and Coffee House atmosphere to Harlem, the Chipped Cup has been a focal point for the Harlem community to gather for some delicious fresh pastries and exceptional cup of coffee.

Hamilton's Bakery

3570 Broadway, New York, NY 10031

Hamilton Bakery combines old-fashioned recipes and stylish dining perfectly. Everything is handmade with high-quality ingredients, just like their selection of Toby’s Estates coffees.

Sugar Hill Cafe

410 W 145th St B1, New York, NY 10031

As coffee experts, Sugar Hill Cafe aims to provide the highest quality beans and uses local Harlem roasters while also offering some of the best pastries and snacks.

Monkey Cup

1730 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10031

With coffee brewed from blends around the world, the Monkey Cup is a great way to start your morning. Get the full experience with their delicious pastries and amazing latte art.

Riverbank State Park

679 Riverside Dr, New York, NY 10031

If you feel the outdoors calling your name, stretch your legs at the Riverbank State Park. With a track, indoor/outdoor pools, tennis courts, a gym and more there’s plenty to do to stay active.

Bikram Yoga Studio

518 West 145th St, 2nd Fl, New York, NY 10031

Founded by two yogis in 2007, Harlem’s Bikram Yoga studio takes pride in their laid back studio perfect for those at all yoga learning levels. Join them for no-attitude, no judgement sessions and more.

Hamilton Grange National Memorial

414 W 141st St, New York, NY 10031

As one of the founding fathers, Alexander Hamilton’s home is one spot all history buffs must visit as they journey around Harlem. Recently moved to the St. Nicholas park, get a rare look at where Hamilton called home.