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Chez Lucienne

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This is a fabulous Michelin-starred French restaurant in Harlem. Planning on visiting the newly re-opened fantastic El Museo del Barrio on Museum Mile, we decided to start uptown, on 125th Street and walk around that vibrant neighborhood. Chez Lucienne is at 308 Lenox Avenue between 125th and 126th Streets. The food, wine selection, ambience, and service were outstanding. Ask for a table by the window overlooking Lenox Avenue for the best people watching. The restaurant offers nightly jazz. Following your meal, walk towards Museum Mile on 5th and visit El Museo del Barrio for its exciting and political art, where you'll always learn something new.

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Written by  Yasmine Beverly Rana.

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