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Harlem's underdeveloped Hamilton Heights is home to this cozy neighborhood bar (opened by two local residents), serving pub-grub standbys like hamburgers and wings. The beer and liquor selection leans heavily on local producers—expect to see brews from Blue Point and Coney Island on the 16 draft lines, and Hudson Whiskey and Warwick Gin on the back bar. The 60-seat room is decked out in subway tiles and blond wood, and sepia-toned photographs of the surrounding streets hang on the walls.