Graffiti Obama and Martin Luther King painted in the shade of an establishment of Harlem. Today, Harlem is undergoing a new renaissance, transforming itself with the rehabilitation and construction of housing, becoming a safe and attractive neighborhood, with new residents, businesses and educational and cultural centers. Major museums are in this part of the city, including the Museum of the City of New York, El Museo del Barrio, the Studio Museum in Harlem and Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum. They are also famous Baptist churches in which are held every Sunday Mass Gospel. The kitchen also excels in this part of town with restaurants like Sylvia's, considered the best in the country specializing in soul food. The main streets in this neighborhood are 116th Street, 125th Street called Martin Luther King Boulevard and 6th Avenue is here called Lenox Avenue. For now, go far from the center formed by these streets may be unsafe. The first step is to go to Harlem and Harlem, then go south of the Bronx, Yankee Stadium and the area's famous graffiti urban artists. Then the tour continues through Queens, Flushing Meadows and seeing Latino areas of Corona and Jackson Heights. The final leg of the tour is Brooklyn, visiting the area of Orthodox Jews. Finally, cross the Brooklyn Bridge, ending the tour in Chinatown, Little Italy and Soho, also lasting four hours.