Season 0, Episode 1
Harlem is in the midst of an undeniable food revolution. Restaurateurs like Marcus Samuelsson have come to breathe new life into the food culture, while culinary institutions like Sylvia's have stayed true to their traditions and remain relevant and sought after in a new landscape. As the neighborhood undergoes another renaissance, opportunities for change are around every corner in the form of new restaurants and green markets. From Ethiopian to Italian to French and Spanish, virtually every type of cuisine makes Harlem a vibrant food destination.
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