Watching the African Nations Cup in Brooklyn: Ghana vs Cape Verde in Flatbush/Crown Heights

From Africa is a Country Tue Feb 5 2013, 15:00:53

While the Ghanaian migrant community in New York City is centered in the Bronx, there is a smaller, yet equally as Afcon-enthusiastic population of Ghanaians in the Flatbush/Crown Heights neighborhoods of Brooklyn. Meytex Cafe on Flatbush Avenue is part social club, part Ghanaian restaurant, and part bar/party space that provides a social center for the [...]

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