Hip-hop restaurant celebrating the Bronx as well as its rich Puerto Rican and African-American presence.
Lined with smokestacks, industrial buildings, and old brick and mortar factories you can still feel how busy this neighborhood once was. Port Morris is situated between the East River and the Harlem River and was once used as a popular port for trade and the military during the revolution. Now, many creatives and young professionals have moved to Pot Morris as an alternative to Manhattan's cost of living. This neighborhood is perfect for you if you want to live in a historic factory converted into a large loft.