By Rachel Warton
Sylvia’s Restaurant, just one of Harlem’s great eateries, boasts mouthwatering ribs and fried chicken. (Marcus Santos/Marcus Santos)
Harlem has long been one of Manhattan’s most independently-minded neighborhoods, and that spirit is strong near the main artery of 125th St., where the B line stops at St. Nicholas Ave. These three nearby restaurants are all run by smart entrepreneurs who have kept it local.
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