Estimated number of people born outside the US or its territories (which includes Puerto Rico), divided by the total population; expressed as a percent.
Source: American Community Survey
Ginjan Cafe Featured
Ginjan Cafe was featured in a story about the history of the cafe, the incredible effort by the Diallos, and their hope for the future:
Despite his reservations, Diallo is incredibly optimistic for the future of Ginjan Cafe.
“We still have a long way to go, we’re about at 60% now, which is more than where we expected to be,” said Diallo. “We rolled out a limited food menu and will have a full food menu next month, and we’re going to start doing deliveries and carryout. I’m optimistic for the future, but I think it’s going to be another 2 years before we get back to this new normal.”
Ginjan Cafe is located at 85 East 125th Street in Harlem. For more information about Ginjan Cafe and the Ginjan Brothers, visit drinkginjan.com.
For years now the gorgeously renovated Corn Exchange Building at Park/125 has been sitting empty (except, of course, for the amazing Ginjan Cafe! which occupies part of the street-level corner). Recently, a new pitch is being made (presumably to commuters on Metro-North trains coming into the city) as seen in the new ad – high up on the back of the building:
Our Neighborhood Coordination Officers would like to invite you to a Build The Block meeting at Ginjan Cafe. This will be an opportunity to discuss any public safety or quality of life issues you would like our precinct to focus on. Come and meet your neighbors, share any concerns you might have, and help our precinct see community need through your eyes and experience.
For accommodations regarding any disability, please contact Lieutenant Mario Deras At (212) 860-6515 or [email protected] at least 72 hours (three days) prior to the event.