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The latest addition to the emerging Frederick Douglass Boulevard food scene, Harlem Food Bar specializes in brunch and late-night eats, including mac and cheese squares, salmon BLTs, shrimp po’ boys, grilled skirt steaks, buttermilk waffles and a selection of salads and burgers. The café also boasts a menu of signature cocktails and bottled beer as well as a sidewalk café in the summer months.