In this episode of Ghost Kitchen, we visit the iconic Sylvia’s, “the Queen of Soul Food.” Located in the heart of Harlem, Sylvia’s has been one of the most popular restaurants in New York City since its doors opened in 1962. We speak to Chef Marcus Woods and Tren’ness Woods-Black, who tell the story of how their Grandmother came to open this historic restaurant, how they continue to keep her legacy alive today, and why Sylvia’s has become an irreplaceable pillar of the neighborhood and the entire city.
With social distancing becoming the new norm, restaurants still remain an essential part of our community. Whether it’s pivoting to pick-up and delivery or lending a helping hand to those in need, these businesses are adapting with the times. Thrillist’s new show ‘Ghost Kitchen’ spotlights how these restaurants are changing and bringing people together, giving us a first hand perspective on how these establishments are serving a new purpose beyond just food.
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