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Southern / Soul Food Restaurant

Red Rooster

Recommandé par 579 habitants · Prix estimé 2 sur 4 ·

Conseils des habitants

Simone
Simone
December 2, 2019
I mean if you come to Harlem and don’t eat here... were you really here tho?!
Diane & Brice
Diane & Brice
August 16, 2019
Music, Southern Food, Cocktails
Henry
Henry
December 3, 2019
Lenox Ave. near 125th street great live jazz for Sat and Sunday brunch until 3pm and then again at 5pm. Marcus Samuelsons place - soul food upgraded. Sit out front by the bar tables better to hear the music
Lana
Lana
December 29, 2019
Fame chef Marcus Samuelson's restaurant featuring good food and live music and downstairs dancing
Jordan
Jordan
December 15, 2019
A little pricy, but a great place for upscale takes on Harlem favorites like shrimp and grits, or chicken and waffles.
Henry
Henry
January 2, 2020
just off of 125th & Lenox Avenue - Marcus Samuelsohn's great Harlem Bar, Sunday Brunch Favorite for em. Great Music in the front room, Soul food specialties lifted top to the next level.
Marquiese
Marquiese
August 24, 2019
Great atmosphere with an intriguing night life and food to die for.

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Emplacement
310 Lenox Avenue
Manhattan, NY 10027
Téléphone+1 212-792-9001
Heures d'ouvertureOuvert · Ferme à 10:00 PM
Cartes de crédit
Oui (y compris American Express et MasterCard)
Places assises à l'extérieur
Oui
Musique
Musique live
Menus
Brunch, déjeuner, dîner, happy hour
Boissons
Beer, vin, bar complet, cocktails
Possibilités de restauration
Pas de livraison
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