The East Harlem neighborhood, also known as El Barrio, is one of the city's most vibrant areas, offering plenty in terms of history, art, culture and food.
From the traditional Spanish bakeries to the new, laptop friendly bakeries surrounding them, here's a culinary tour of East Harlem and West Harlem's bakeries.
The first stop on our Behind the Scenes of Harlem's Incubators with NYCEDC last week was at Hot Bread Kitchen and HBK Incubates, located inside La Marqueta.
The colorful art installation "Parasol Expo", with more than 60 painted umbrellas, is on exhibit at the La Marqueta - Vendy Plaza complex in East Harlem.
Our Behind the Scenes NYC tour of Harlem with NYCEDC will bring guests into the Corn Exchange Building, La Marqueta, Hot Bread Kitchen, and Harlem Biospace.
In the tragic Harlem steam blast in March 2013, there was also significant damage to The Urban Garden Center and Flea Marqueta, which reopened in record time
Harlem's new Flea Marqueta uses local food, music, art and culture to showcase the area's diverse culture and revive the historic La Marqueta.