Red Rooster for sunday brunch - Marcus Samuelsson's Harlem global soul food restaurant is a hit with the critics and everyone else. It's a gamechanger for the neighborhood and totally worth the trip, especially for brunch.
Red Rooster, New YorkNamed after an iconic Harlem speakeasy, Red Rooster not only serves up legendary comfort food, it's also a place that celebrates local artists and musicians, and honors the history of the neighborhood. The restaurant is co-owned by Marcus Samuelsson, whom you have probably seen as a judge on Food Network's Chopped. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2016/07/114169/celebrities-favorite-restaurants#slide-29
Harlem’s Restaurant Row - Lower Frederick Douglas Blvd in Harlem. From W 110th St to W 120th St you’ll now find a melting pot of eateries, among them: Bier International for German sausages, pretzels and pilsner; Lido for modern Italian a la gnocchi with truffle butter and pecorino; Melba’s for American comfort food such as BBQ turkey meatloaf; Zoma for savory African/Moroccan; and Vinateria for tapas-style Italian and a nice wine selection.