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Munchies & Vice meet Mo Robinson Jnr who’s been running his $2 burger stall in Harlem, New York for over 30 years.

In this documentary, Munchies spends a day with Mo and get to see how he runs his business. Mo always want to keep his prices low and make sure that people can always afford his tasty burgers. He’s a legend in Harlem and is a much loved member of the wider community. He says that his stall isn’t just about making money, it’s about creating a sense of wellbeing and kinship among local people. It’s especially important here, as Harlem has a poverty and crime rate than other areas in New York.

A Day In The Life Of A Street Food Vendor In New York image of Mo Robinson Jnr

We get to see the highs and lows of the job that Mo does. Although he loves what he does, there can be tough times as well. He’s missed important events in his life because of his dedication to the stall and he’s had trouble in the past with licensing. But his stall is still standing and Mo’s burgers aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.

Mo Robison Jnr|Munchies x Vice|Documentary

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