We call it north (of) Harlem in Washington Heights, but this medieval museum is one of the more popular attractions in Fort Tryon Park, but there are still plenty of quiet spots where you can ask your mate to spend the rest of his or her life with you. The West Terrace offers spectacular views of the Hudson River, though you may have to contend with photo-snapping crowds. For a more secluded experience, find a bench in The Cloisters museum and gardens, a branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, a small enclosure featuring limestone columns imported from a 12th-century French monastery.
Need a sweet spot for your romantic walk with your sweetheart? Then, it has to be in the National Registered Historic Place of Sugar Hill neighborhood in Harlem. What’s a better than the place they call the “sweet life”, named after it the wealthy Harlem Renaissance residences, including W. E. B. Du Bois, Thurgood Marshall, Adam Clayton Powell Jr., Duke Ellington and Langston Hughes wrote his essay “Down and Under in Harlem.” This is the same place where the Sugarhill Gang rap group got its name, it’s where the jazz standard “Take the A Train” was written, and even Harlem Sugar Hill Beer.
Read the article Single in Harlem: Introduction To Dating In Harlem 101 (update) by Cindy Folsom about dating in Harlem or some might say not dating in Harlem.
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