Treichville may be a neighborhood in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, but it is also a restaurant in New York City, both of which I have never explored personally. However, for a sampling of the Ivory Coast
and for less than half the cost one may consider swinging in for some fare. This Village Voice piece
does a fine job taking us to the real Treichville by describing its bustling open-air markets, transportation terminals and nightclubs complete with French influence, yet the most African part of town. And just as quickly as the writer takes us across the Atlantic he ships us back across to the Treichville
located at 339 East 118th Street, NYC
where crab legs, mussels, clams, and shrimp can all be found on the menu.
From the sound of the piece it looks worth filling your tummy with a plate full. Again, I've never been, but if I were near by, without a question I'd be fueling up too.
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