New York's New Bar Stool: The Sidewalk

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Reopening may be a long way off, but bar regulars have reassembled outdoors, and owners are trying to balance business and safety.

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— by Robert Simonson

How a Teacher Who Moonlights Delivering Beer Spends His Sundays

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One essential job wasn't enough, so Kevin Bradford, a partner of Harlem Hops, took on a second one.

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— by Alyson Krueger

Restaurants and bars hope relaxed alcohol takeout regulations will help business during coronavirus shutdown

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— by Shana Clarke

Black History at Harlem Hops

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The bar and restaurant, opened by three H.B.C.U. grads, offers bratwurst, craft brews, and lessons in the African and African-American roots of beer.

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— by Hannah Goldfield

Three HBCU graduates bring craft beer bar to Harlem

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Harlem Hops to become the first beer bar in Harlem owned 100 percent by African-Americans

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— by Maya A. Jones

Harlem Hops - Complete Press Coverage

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— by Harlem Hope

2023 James Beard Restaurant And Chef Award Semifinalists Announced

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In recent years, the James Beard Foundation, which issues the awards, has also prioritized a commitment to racial and gender equity, community, sustainability, and a culture where all can thrive, especially as working in this industry continues to be challenging and various issues and ongoing inequalities come to light.

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— by Melissa Kravitz Hoeffner