Watching the Africans Cup of Nations in Harlem

From Africa is a Country Wed Jan 30 2013, 14:00:21

Acting on a tip from an Ivorian diplomat on the best location to watch Les Éléphants play in NYC, we headed up to Harlem to catch the Côte d'Ivoire-Tunisia match early Saturday morning. New Ivoire is a 17-year-old, 24-hour restaurant on 119th street in a growing West African area of Harlem that is both frequented and owned [...]

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