Lenox Lounge


The rich history of rhythm and its regal status is what keeps the iconic Lenox Lounge as the steady beat in its Harlem community

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288 Lenox Avenue New York, New York, United States 10012

phone: view phone(212) 427-0253

website: http://www.lenoxlounge.com

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With semblance and revealing nostalgia, historians and Harlem bred heirs alike, explain that not only was the Lenox Lounge the place for good music, but it was one of the first establishments where people witnessed the reverence of a culture following the Harlem Renaissance. This is where Langston Hughes narrated "The Story of Jazz", Alex Haley interviewed Malcolm X for his biography, and where culture-shaping authors James Baldwin, Zora Neal Hurston, and Ralph Ellison became regulars.

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