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A French bistro near the heart of Harlem, Yatenga (named after a region in the West African country of Burkina Faso) shares owners with nearby world-music hotspot, Shrine, with a vibe that carries over into Yatenga's communal seating and rustic styling. A menu filled with new French favorites like escargot, steak frites, coq au vin and lamb shank sets this spot apart as a neighborhood staple.