By Mattie Kahn
New York used to be the city that never sleeps; now it’s the city that never stops—ever-evolving and always expanding, so much so that the neighborhoods you never went to are now the best ones to be in. And while midtown Manhattan may still have the edge in museums and hotels, it’s no match for Brooklyn’s buzzy shops and Chelsea’s fashion-forward cocktail scene. Another neighborhood is also getting in on the action: A time-honored hub for music and literature, Harlem has, in recent years, seen restaurant openings from chefs like Marcus Samuelsson and Joseph “JJ” Johnson, and transformed into a foodie destination for New Yorkers and world travelers alike.
Read about the places where to eat if you’re in the hood HERE.