Jacob Restaurant


373 Lenox Ave.
Manhattan, NY 10027
Harlem


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This Harlem eatery, which owner Rachid Niang named after his late father, has a long menu of soothing soul food to suit any taste. With hearty dishes like BBQ pork spare ribs, roast turkey and smothered chicken, herb-roasted potatoes, sweet fried plantains and macaroni and cheese, Jacob's ensures that nobody leaves hungry. Luckily, with so many mouth-watering options to choose between, the menu is served buffet-style. Jacob's also offers on- and off-site catering for special events.

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