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  1. The information you provide about Harlem is so
    informative and much appreciated. It would also be great if you included information about the first Black restauranteur on 125th St. His name was Lloyd Von Blaine. The restaurant was on 125th between 7th and 8th Ave. The Name was “Lloyd’s Steak House.”
    The restaurant was a 1st class establishment.

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