Launched in November 2009, What's Eating Harlem (WEH) is a web site dedicated to one of the most famous communities in New York: Harlem USA. And now, with Harlem undergoing a new renaissance—one that's bringing growth, expansion, and re-igniting the community with new businesses and cultural opportunities—WEH is a web site that brings everything Harlem right to your fingertips.
New restaurants, clubs, shops and cafes are opening all over Harlem, and WEH keeps track of it all. What's Eating Harlem provides information on the latest openings and happenings, and offers WEH Members special insider deals—from the Harlem River to the Hudson.
WEH is about more than just eating. It's about jazz. It's about museums. And when it comes to food, cocktails, and the hottest spots uptown, What's Eating Harlem is a web surfer's dream site.
WEH also acts as a true destination by offering interactive opportunities and incentives. WEH Club Members can connect with others to exchange reviews, update each other on the latest news, even meet and experience the newest sites and sounds of Harlem together. Members will get exclusive offers from merchants, museums, theaters, restaurants and more. Click on our Membership link in the main menu above for more information.
If it's happening in Harlem, it's on What's Eating Harlem.
THE WEH TEAM
President and Executive Producer
Paul's 20-year background in broadcast production (WPIX-TV, NBA TV, CNN), video development and professional photography is the foundation of his strong creative abilities. He’s worked under the late, legendary photographer Irving Penn and has developed his own distinctive visual style. Paul has produced his own New York City cable television program, two best-selling photography calendars, is executive producer of two Brazilian jazz albums and has appeared in a myriad of newspaper and magazine articles.
Paul is a member of Harlem’s 100 Black Men and The National Federation of Independent Business and lives in a beautiful brownstone on Harlem’s Sugar Hill.
Tabitha Williams is the host of “What’s Eating Harlem”, as well as a Harlem native. Her background in journalism and experience in international travel enable her to share the latest food, travel and music trends. She began her career in television at the age of 5 on the TV show “Sesame Street” and has appeared on several shows on the MTV network. When Tabitha is not working and traveling, she mentors youth and works on learning new languages. In addition to partnering with various charities to bring awareness to their cause; she remains true to her belief that through prayer, determination and hard work, all your dreams are possible.
Host and Contributing Producer