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Allie’s has a newly renovated one bedroom apartment to rent. Lovely apartment located in the Northeast section of the Bronx, New York. All applicants will be screened. For details email or

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

Allie’s Inn Bed & Breakfast Press Release: A Charming Luxury Bed and Breakfast in the heart of New York, NY

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

A Charming Luxury Bed and Breakfast in the heart of New York, NY


NEW YORK, NY OCTOBER 12, 2010 – Allie’s Inn Bed & Breakfast New York City (NYC) located in the Harlem section of Manhattan offers guests hotel accommodation style amenities with the feel of a Bed and Breakfast Inn . Allie’s Inn Bed & Breakfast caters to both business travelers and seasonal guests by providing visitors with a home away from home experience in the B&B’s newly renovated studio apartments. Room amenities include large luxury queen and full size beds, oak floors, private bathrooms, complimentary internet access and more. “The daily room rates are moderately priced, a great value for the cost. Luxury beds and delicious continental breakfast, cleanliness and a quiet oasis.” said Owner and Inn Keeper, Marilyn Moulton.

Allie's Inn Bed & Breakfast while located in a quiet Harlem neighborhood in Manhattan the B&B is also a central location for many local attractions and colleges and convenient to public transportation. “Located on a tree lined block of nine 100 year old brownstones. City College is a 5 minute walk from Allies Inn and Columbia University is a short bus or subway ride away. There are four subways and four city bus lines, two minute walk from Allies. There are numerous locale restaurants and jazz clubs.” states Marilyn.

Allie's Inn recently expanded by adding a new room to the inn in September 2010, the Garden View Room as the name implies overlooks the garden of Allie's Inn B&B. “A cozy comfortable room with HD TV and the morning you will wake up to the sound of chirping birds.” stated Marilyn. For photos of the B&B's rooms and for a virtual tour click on the following links: Hotel Rooms and Travel Accommodation .

Allie’s Inn Bed and Breakfast is a perfect alternative for travelers looking for a unique Manhattan experience, having the privacy, comfort and home away from experience while still in the heart of New York City (NYC). Guests can enjoy the various attractions New York has to offer while staying in the cozy, quiet and elegant environment of Allie’s Inn Bed &Breakfast.

For more information on this Bed and Breakfast, visit the Inn ’s website:

Contact: Marilyn Moulton, Allie’s Inn Bed & Breakfast,
(646) 283-3068, email: , website:


Saturday, September 11th, 2010

Wake up to the sound of birds chirping..

Allie’s Inn has opened a new room – The Garden View, an intimate room with a full size bed that will accommodate two adults and a view of Allie’s garden. Amenities included WIFI AND HD TV. Please check the Accommodations Tab for new photos and updated video tour!


Saturday, September 11th, 2010

HARLEM JAZZ CLUBS – (1) The Cotton Club, 212 663-7980, 656 West 125th Street, West of Broadway, This is not the original Harlem Cotton Club, which moved to midtown and finally closed decades ago. The current Cotton Club is at the gateway to Sugar Hill, way on the west side of 125th Street. Set up largely for groups and rented out for private parties, they do bring back the heyday of the Harlem swing tradition with a full size big band and vocalists. (2) Creole (212) 876-8838 2167 3rd Avenue, 118th Street – Great Creole cuisine by way of New Orleans and music nightly. Check their web site to find out the cover charges and minimums and the music policy for the night in question. Expect to find a lively scene with good food, live music in a fine looking Spanish Harlem club. (3) Jazz Museum in Harlem 212 348-8300 104 East 126th Street, # 2C Park/Lexington Avenues, The Jazz Museum in Harlem Keep in touch with the current schedule by calling or visiting their web site.

Sunday, October 11th, 2009

HARLEM JAZZ CLUBS – (1) APOLLO THEATER – 253 W. 125th Street, (7th &8th Aves.) (212) 531-5300 x 305 for info, (212) 749-5838 for box office, (212) 531-5337 FOR TOURS, The Apollo doesn’t book much jazz these days. The legendary Wednesday Amateur Night is a strong draw. (2) Arka Lounge (212) 567-9425, 4488 Broadway, 192nd/191st, Latin Jazz in Latin Manhattan Wednesdays at 10:00 pm $5 cover . Call ahead for upcoming events. Proper attire required. (3) Bill’s Place 148 W 133rd Street (Lenox and AC Powell Jr. Blvd., (212) 281-0777 One of the most authentic Harlem jazz venue to open up on 133rd Street since a 17 year old Billie Holiday was discovered here 7 decades ago. If you really want to hear great, no nonsense straight ahead jazz by the masters, you’ll find your way to this finely decorated brownstone at 148 W 133rd Street. Your host is Harlem legend and saxist, Bill Saxton. Two sets per night at 10 and midnight for a $15 cash cover. Some refreshments served and you can bring your own as well.

Sunday, September 20th, 2009

HARLEM JAZZ CLUBS – (1) 449 LA, 449 Lenox Avenue, 132nd/133rd Street, 212 234-3298, Great neighborhood art gallery, cafe and jazz scene. Check out the jazz on Thursdays through Sundays. Call for other events. $10 cover charge includes Sangria and other beverages and snacks. Thursday 6-9, Friday 9-Until, Saturday is open mic night 9-Until; Sunday 4-8PM. (2) American Legion Post 212 283-9701 248 W. 132nd The free Sunday evening jam session begins 7:00 pm until the hall closes at midnight. The kitchen serves up a heaping plateful of reasonably priced and delicious soul food. (3) Aaron Davis Hall (CCNY) Now Known as: Harlem Stage: The Gatehouse, Marian Anderson Theater, Theater B and Studio C, (212) 281-9240 x 19, 150 Convent Ave (at W. 135th St) Call or check online for event schedules, CCNY Campus on Sugar Hill in Harlem

Saturday, September 5th, 2009

HARLEM WEEK EVENT UPDATE – THURS., AUGUST 20TH – 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM HARLEM SUMMER STAGE – Harlem Dance: featuring uptown Dance Academy, Milleneum Dance A.C. Powell, Jr. State Office Bldg. W 125th & A.C. Powell, Jr. Blvd for info call 212 961-4390 – SAT., AUGUST 22ND – Run Starts at 8:30 AM Walk Starts at 9:30 AM The New York Family: Health Walk-A-Thon & the First Annual Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run. A Run and Walk through Historic Harlem *At (1) St. Nicholas Park* (2) Jackie Robinson Park* Visit or for info call (212) 860-4455 WED.,AUGUST 26TH – (4) at 5:30 PM & (4) at 7:30 PM “The Joints are Jumpin” At Eight Upper Manhattan Restaurants & Nigth Clubs Live Entertainment including Jazz, R&B, Latin, Blues By Invitation Only – 7:00 PM Jazzmobile Featuring Frank Wess At U.S. Grant Nat. Memorial Park Riverside drive & W122nd St. For info visit or call (212) 866-3616 – 7:30 PM Apollo Theater Amateur Night “Where stars are born and legends are made” 253 W. 125th St. btwn A.C. Powell Jr. & F. Douglass Blvds. – THURS., AUGUST 27th – 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM Harlem Summer Stage Outdoor Dancing on the Plaza with WBLS FM’s, Jeff Foxx Band and DJ Mitch A.C. Powell, Jr. State Office Bldg. W125 & A.C. Powell, Jr. Blvd. – SAT., AUGUST 29TH 2:00 PM TO 8:00 PM Charlie Parker Jazz Festival (outdoor) At the Marcus Garvey Park Band Shell Btwn. W122nd & W123 St. & Mt. Morris Park West SUN., AUGUST 30th – Sunday Afternoon Gospel, Jazz & Music Brunches: At Great Harlem Restaurants: Sylvia’s – 212 996-0660, Londel’s – 212 234-6114, Gran Piatto – 212 722-2244, Gospel Uptown – 212 280-2110, Terrace in the Sky – 212 666-9490 and Ricardo’s – 212 666-9490 Please call Directly for Reservations

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

HARLEM WEEK EVENT UPDATE – SATURDAY AUGUST 15TH – SUMMER IN THE CITY PART I – “RELIEVE THE STRESS” – MORNING EXERCISE A “Healthy Eating & Healthy Living” Initiative at Marcus Garvey Park @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am btwn W. 123rd & W. 124th St. & Madison Avenue for information call 212 283-3315 visit Call for info on Rain Option site — PART II 11:00 am – 7:00 pm Events Include NY City “Children’s Festival” on W. 135th St. btwn. Malcom X & A.C. Powell Jr. Blvds. — PART III National Historic Black College Fair & Expo on W. 135th St. btwn. Malcom X & A.C. Powell Jr. Blvds. — PART IV — Honey & Bears Senior Citizens Swimming Exhibitions Hansborough Recreation Center on W. 135th St. at Lenox Terrace — PART V –Urban Skateboarding for youth at Howard Bennett Playround on W. 135th St. for more info visit — PART VI — International Exhibitors & Vendors Village On W. 135th St. btwn. A.C. Powell Jr. & F. Douglass Blvds. Major Arts & Crafts, Music , Clothing, Jewelry, Hats, Sculptures, General Exhibits, Job Recruitment. Produce Sampling.

Friday, August 14th, 2009

HARLEM WEEK 35TH ANNIVERSARY 2009 THEME “HISTORIC CELEBRATIONS” – Harlem Week began in 1974 as a Harlem Day, which was a one-day tribute to Harlem’s glorious history. It was so unexpectedly successful that more days were needed to showcase the community’s rich economic, political and cultural history. UPCOMING EVENTS THIS WEEK: FRIDAY, AUGUST 7TH – Jazz Mobile Featuring Jeremy Pelt – at Marcus Garvey Park – W. 122nd Street and 5th Avenue – info visit www.jazzmobile Saturday, August 8th – C’ote D’Ivoire Diversity Week – African Festival, arts and culture with musical performances, food and art – From: 12 noon to 6:00 pm – Morningside Park at W. 114th Street to 117th Street – For info email

Friday, August 7th, 2009