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Obama's favorite restaurant...need I say more. This iconic restaurant is the brain child of Chef Marcus Samuelson and Andrew Chapman in the heart of Harlem. Located in the heart of Harlem, Red Rooster Harlem serves comfort food that celebrates the roots of American cuisine and the neighborhood’s…
One of the hottest additions to the Harlem soul food scene, Red Rooster's chef Marcus Samuelsson has created a Harlem dining destination that is both refined and popular. Reservations are essential if you want to enjoy dinner.
This is a great place for a local feel of Harlem and some down home southern cooking. Get the chicken and waffles!
Marcus Samuelsson celebrity chef lives in Harlem and is hands at his renowned local restaurant.
the northern part of central park is more beautiful! when you make it up there, eat here.
“A must visit venue for excellent music, comedy, history of world renowned artists. A Harlem Landmark.”
“Craving good soul food? I got you. 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. Come visit for yourself, and experience why Presidents, celebrities, and Harlemites alike call Sylvia’s home. Owned & Operated by The Woods Family.”
“Corner Social is extremely dynamic. On the weekends in the late morning and early afternoon, they host a delicious brunch with exceptional Bloody Marys and mimosas. I personally love their steak and eggs! And in the late evening, it becomes a divey hangout with a DJ and full bar. Try to get in early to avoid paying the cover charge (ladies free)!”
“Corner tavern/beer garden with extensive food & drink menus in a spacious indoor/outdoor setting. Harlem Tavern has live music every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night, as well as a live jazz brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11, am-4 pm. They feature some of Harlem’s top R&B, jazz, soul and contemporary artists. They show every major sporting event LIVE”
“The Studio Museum in Harlem is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture. It is a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society.”