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Monica
October 1, 2022
Home to famous African-American Renaissance poets, jazz musicians and actors and historical figures. Harlem is known for its legendary food and culture. Now, one of the most diverse neighborhoods, it is a great place to tour and learn the history of NYC.
Lalita
May 15, 2022
Cultural, vibrant, and musical with strong African American pride.
Mark
March 31, 2022
Little Senegal in Harlem Little Senegal, or “Le Petit Senegal” to many of the Francophone locals, is home to African immigrants from Senegal, the Ivory Coast, Ghana, Guinea, and more. It is centered around 116th Street and Lenox Avenue right in the middle of Harlem. Over the past 30 years, the population of immigrants from West African countries has slowly grown and expressed its influence in the area. African restaurants like Le Baobab and African Kine have sprung around classics like Sylvia’s and Amy Ruth’s, while renowned Ethiopian born/Swedish raised chef Marcus Samuelson’s Red Rooster blends traditional soul and African food. And Lenox Sapphire, just across the street from Sylvia’s, is another Senegal-owned restaurant. There is also a permanent outdoor market in the area called “Malcolm Shabazz.” Businesses offer everything from traditional African clothing to cell phone plans with discount rates to Senegal or Ghana.
Little Senegal in Harlem Little Senegal, or “Le Petit Senegal” to many of the Francophone locals, is home to African immigrants from Senegal, the Ivory Coast, Ghana, Guinea, and more. It is centered around 116th Street and Lenox Avenue right in the middle of Harlem. Over the past 30 years, the popul…
Charlotte
June 29, 2021
I love Harlem for the food, shopping and culture. The Metro North has a stop - 125th St. - if you don't want to drive. You can take public transportation, an Uber or cab to get around from there. Red Rooster Restaurant restaurant is my favorite but you also have the iconic Sylvia's Soulfood, Melba's, Charles' Chicken to name just 3. Every restaurant seems to be better than the next so arrive hungry!
I love Harlem for the food, shopping and culture. The Metro North has a stop - 125th St. - if you don't want to drive. You can take public transportation, an Uber or cab to get around from there. Red Rooster Restaurant restaurant is my favorite but you also have the iconic Sylvia's Soulfood, Me…
Gina
August 21, 2019
Home of the best jazz and soul food.

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