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Sylvia's Restaurant

Recommandé par 196 habitants · Prix estimé 2 sur 4 ·
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Sylvia’s Restaurant, the “The Queen of Soul Food”, was founded by Sylvia Woods, in 1962. Established in the historic village of Harlem, Sylvia’s is a community favorite, known as the world’s kitchen. Serving authentic soul food for over 55 years, this icon remains a culinary must-visit for foodies. Gospel brunch Sundays, Live Music Wednesdays, and Daily Specials scream home-style cooking, within an at-home environment. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, our signature dishes include Sylvia's Down Home Fried Chicken and Sylvia's World Famous Talked About Bar-B-Que Ribs. Come visit for yourself, and experience why Presidents, celebrities, and Harlemites alike call Sylvia’s home. Owned & Operated by The Woods Family.

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Henry
Henry
January 2, 2020
328 Malcolm X Blvd - Founder Sylvia Woods was called the Queen of Soul Food for a reason, and her finger-lickin'-good ribs are not to be missed. Smothered in barbecue sauce and perfectly tender, her signature dish really is something to talk about/devour.
Kelvin
Kelvin
August 24, 2019
Sylvia’s Restaurant, the “The Queen of Soul Food”, was founded by Sylvia Woods, in 1962. Established in the historic village of Harlem, Sylvia’s is a community favorite, known as the world’s kitchen. Serving authentic soul food for over 55 years, this icon remains a culinary must-visit for…
Marquiese
Marquiese
August 24, 2019
This restaurant has been an unforgettable asset to Harlem since 1962. You will enjoy their intriguing soul food. You might sit down and eat and realize that you need a to go plate as well.
Beatrice
Beatrice
December 1, 2019
The godmother of Harlem Soul Food continues to reign supreme, long live Sylvia's
Hb
Hb
November 11, 2019
Great for some soul food in this historical landmark where from Malcolm to Louis and Duke and much more enjoyed a bite
Lana
Lana
December 29, 2019
Best Soul Food in NYC, the Sunday Brunch is loud and poppin, be prepared to wait for a table.
Cameron
Cameron
November 15, 2019
Sylvia’s Restaurant has been delighting the neighborhood with its Southern comfort food for over 50 years. Dine on classics such as Southern-fried chicken and waffles, barbecue short ribs, catfish and peach cobbler at this restaurant while enjoying weekly events including Gospel Brunch Sundays and…

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Emplacement
328 Malcolm X Boulevard
Manhattan, NY 10027
Téléphone+12129960660
Heures d'ouvertureOuvert · Ferme à 10:30 PM
Sert les types de plats suivantsBrunch, déjeuner, dîner
Réservations
Oui
Cartes de crédit
Oui
Places assises à l'extérieur
Oui
Musique
Musique live
Menus
Brunch, déjeuner, dîner
Boissons
Bar complet, cocktails
Possibilités de restauration
Plats à emporter, pas de livraison
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