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Harlem

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Loyda
Loyda
October 11, 2019
7 short blocks from 125th street, the busy shopping area. Shops include Gap Factory, Banana Republic, H&M, Old Navy, Staples, Marshalls, Mac cosmetics, DSW, Burlington Coat Factory, Bed Bath & Beyond, The World-Famous Apollo Theater and much more.
Michael
Michael
September 19, 2019
Long known for its intimate jazz clubs, soul food institutions and African-American heritage, Harlem draws a diverse crowd of locals and visitors. Trendy eateries, stylish clubs and hip bars make for an energetic nightlife scene. The area features a mix of 19th-century brownstones and modern…
Richard
Richard
September 04, 2019
Good food spots and Apollo Theater
Gina
Gina
August 21, 2019
Home of the best jazz and soul food.
Laurie
Laurie
October 10, 2018
Hmmm...where to start. The history behind Harlem shaped a lot of aspect of New York City. There are places like the Schomburg Center. There is a pulsating musical scene in Harlem where Jazz, Blues and Funk as well as mainstream music is combined with a plethora of people.

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Manhattan, NY