The 2011 Dance of the Giglio Feast once again returns to East Harlem. It will be held on Pleasant Avenue between 114th and 116th Streets. Opening Night is Thursday—August 11th ..7PM with Sant’Antonio carried into the feast by our ladies division..the Giglio Girls followed by entertainment at 8pm by the Brooklyn Keys . Continue reading
Rao’s in East Harlem. There is no menu, no photos, no names to be mentioned, and you’ll most likely never get in. But, in the rare case that you do, it will be the experience of a lifetime. Continue reading
It’s a meal you will never forget as you and three guests enjoy a Friday night dinner at Rao’s. You will also receive an Rao’s cookbook autographed by the author and co-owner Frank Pellegrino.
Rao’s, located at 455 East 114th Street in East Harlem, New York, is renowned for its jukebox, its quirky decor, its unparalleled hospitality and of course, the spectacular Neapolitan cuisine. Most of all, it’s notorious for being one of the most difficult restaurants in New York in which to get a reservation. Continue reading
Was that really Gov. David A. Paterson’s top aide, Secretary Charles O’Byrne, and Deputy Secretary for Public Safety Michael Balboni among the handful who were seated at the exclusive 11-table Rao’s restaurant in East Harlem Thursday night? Even Madonna and Lance Armstrong are said to have been turned away from the famous eatery, which gained a morbid cachet five years ago when someone was shot on the premises.
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We love star perks, but it’s nice to know there are some hot spots stars can’t muscle their way into. Case in point, the New York Post says Lance Armstrong and Kate Hudson dropped in for a bite at uber-exclusive Rao‘s. The darling duo were turned away, perhaps unaware that people angle for a spot at one of this East Harlem eatery’s eight tables for longer than Lance used to train for the Tour de France. And apparently the road from Almost Famous to almost seated is even more arduous.