Harlem Shake now calls Park Slope Home. We know we are a bit late with this news, but it is undoubtedly still newsworthy. Read on for more information on Harlem Shake in Park Slope Brooklyn.
Harlem Shake is a Harlem favorite—with its flagship location in Harlem. The fast-casual restaurant brings its iconic burgers, New York hot dogs, and hand-spun shakes to Brooklyn.
The New Harlem Shake in Park Slope Brooklyn.
The fast-casual eatery expanded to Brooklyn with its Brooklyn first-ever location on Fifth Avenue at Sterling Place. The new 1,300-square-foot space opened in October of 2021.
This new location features a friendly and welcoming vibe. The space reflects the restaurant’s history, representing culture and community while preserving the history of the spot they now call home. This new location was once home to a dry goods store converted to a diner in the 1940s.
The famous “Wall of Fame” is front and center to welcome guests, and the plan is to continue to add to the “Wall of Fame,” hopefully with a few Brooklynites. The space features an eclectic interior with a modern and playful aesthetic touch and was designed by Dardra Coaxum one of the partners.
With the menu, we can expect the same delicious, fresh, and tasty cuisine made from the highest quality and natural ingredients we have all grown to love and appreciate from Harlem Shake. Burgers made with custom blend Pat LaFrieda Patties, New York Style all-beef hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, grilled cheese/melts, salads, sides, and hand-made shakes.
Effective April, Harlem Shake has once again begun offering its beloved exclusive brunch featuring brunch items such as:
- Shrimp & Grits
- Chicken & Red Velvet Waffles
- Arugula Salad
- and their usual menu
Brunch will occur on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 AM to 4 PM at all Harlem Shakes locations.
I had the pleasure of experiencing brunch at Harlem Shake Park Slope Brooklyn. I am excited to say I was not disappointed. The Harlem Flavor I drove to Harlem to experience complements the Brooklyn way.
The hot mess is still the most delicious burger I have ever had, and the Hot Honey Chick is my new Chicken favorite. The arugula salad deserves a feature because it was that delicious.
Is Harlem Shake Black-Owned?
Since posting about Harlem Shake’s new location on our Instagram, we have received questions, but the question that stands out the most is “is Harlem Shake Black-Owned?”
Harlem Shake is not 100% Black-owned. The famed restaurant is owned by Founder Jelena Pasic and partner DarDra Coaxum. Dardra is a Harlem native, and Jelena is a native Croatian. The company makes diversity and inclusivity a priority through its hiring practices.
Introducing HRLM Champagne
We want to introduce HRLM Champagne. Champagne is synonymous with Harlem; therefore, it was fitting that Harlem would create its own Champagne. HRLM was born in Harlem and Crafted in France.
Harlem Shake Park Slope will be serving the new HRLM Champagne very soon, but if you want to try it before it gets to Brooklyn, get it now at their Harlem Location.
We wanted to give Harlem an official welcome to Brooklyn. And we can not wait to visit again.
Visit Harlem Shake in Park Slope Brooklyn, and while you are there, Vote for the new Miss or Mr. Harlem Shake 2022.
119 Fifth Avenue at Sterling Place — Park Slope
110 W 124th Street at Lenox Avenue — Harlem