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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.
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…
Great for some soul food in this historical landmark where from Malcolm to Louis and Duke and much more enjoyed a bite
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…
“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.
“Headlined by celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson, Red Rooster celebrates the roots of American cuisine and the diversity of the neighborhood with its soul food menu. The restaurant, which opened in 2010, is named after the now-shuttered legendary Harlem speakeasy. Red Rooster has its own speakeasy (Ginny’s Supper Club), tucked in the basement, where visitors can enjoy dishes such as cornbread slick with apple butter and waffles crowned with fried chicken, all while listening to local musicians.”
“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)!”
“The Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York is the most famous performance venue associated with African American entertainers. The New York Theatre that became the Apollo was built in 1913 by Jules Hurtig and Harry Seamon, two burlesque theatre operators and opened as Hurtig and Seamon's New Burlesque Theater.”
“You may not associate Harlem with French food, but this restaurant does not disappoint. I love the foie gras and the peppercorn steak. Honestly, their steaks are my favorite, but the entire menu is super tasty. This place is a great place for a date. At night, they have jazz occasionally and the tables are lit by candlelight. It makes for a romantic experience. Add a glass of wine and voilà!”
“The Schomburg Center has dynamic weekly programs, screenings and discussion. This is a venue to definitely visit during your travels to NYC. Located in Harlem, NY. ”