Red Rooster Harlem


310 Lenox Ave.
Manhattan, NY 10027
Harlem


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Paying homage to Harlem's culturally rich and diverse neighborhood, Marcus Samuelsson has created a restaurant that focuses on elevated American comfort food against a backdrop of warm colors, stimulating art and soulful sounds. The 3,400 square-foot space houses a restaurant, a breakfast cafe, a grocery, a horseshoe-shaped bar and a communal table. The basement space is reserved for private parties and cooking classes and demonstrations.

Photo: Joe Buglewicz
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Features

  • Bar/Lounge
  • Private Function Room(s)
  • WiFi
  • Notable Chef
  • Reservations Accepted
  • $$$
  • American (New)

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