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Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. Restaurateur Richie Notar's philosophy at Harlow—a name that makes reference to Hollywood legend Jean Harlow—is that the customer is the star and hospitality is just as important as the cuisine. Consulting chef Danny Ye’s seafood-centric menu for the eatery is inspired by global flavors. And the striking blue-and-gray interior is a blend of Hollywood glamour and sophisticated mischief, emphasizing the venue's homage to the '30s, when actress Marion Davies—William Randolph Hearst's mistress—used the space for personal entertaining. The bespoke cocktail menu, created by beverage director Tyler Drinkwater, is defined by twists on classics. And don’t forget the notable desserts like the Piña Colada Crème Brûlée and the restaurant's signature Harlow’s Ice Cream Sundae, a gelato selection accompanied by DIY toppings.