photo credit: The Good Good
The Good Good
If you’re looking for a neighborhood spot in East Harlem to catch up with friends or meet a date IRL for the first time, The Good Good has you covered. The abandoned-looking storefront is a stark contrast to the party inside, brought to you by bright orange seating, bold geometric patterns, and upbeat tunes. This sister spot to The Edge is open late every day, and it’s a good after-dinner spot for conversation, classic cocktails, and a glass or two of wine. When your appetite reboots, you can get decent Caribbean-inspired food too, like crispy, fluffy yams with a honey peri peri glaze, or mushrooms with jerk seasoning.
photo credit: Filip Wolak
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