Harlem’s Strivers’ Row, noted for its pristine Renaissance Revival brownstones, is also the home of Londel’s, an upscale Southern restaurant with Cajun and Continental touches. Perenially bow-tied proprietor Londel Davis, a charismatic retired New York City police officer, opened the elegant eatery in 1994. The front room has a stately full bar and impressive photographic shrine to patrons both political and popular, like Mayors Dinkins, Giuliani, and Bloomberg, President Clinton, Henry Kissinger, Ozzie Davis, and Mariah Carey.
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