Whether it’s Fried Yard Bird with the hip-hop fusion of the Rakiem Walker Project on Mondays, a mojito and salsa dancing to Johnny Mambo and his Latin Band on Tuesdays, or a slice of gospel and soul with Boncellia Lewis at Sunday Brunch. Red Rooster always brings you the best in dining, cocktails, and live entertainment. With additional live jazz performances and world-class DJs almost every night, Red Rooster is the place to see and to be seen seven days a week.
Red Rooster Harlem is thrilled to join Harlem’s vibrant community alongside local legends like The Apollo Theater, Studio Museum, Sylvia’s, and The Schomburg Center.
We named our restaurant after the legendary Harlem speakeasy that was located at 138th Street and 7th Avenue, where neighborhood folk, jazz greats, authors, politicians and some of the most noteworthy figures of the 20th Century – such as Adam Clayton Powell Jr., Nat King Cole and James Baldwin – would converge to enjoy drinks and music in an inviting atmosphere. At our Red Rooster, we want to embrace today’s Harlem with that same spirit of inclusiveness and community.
Our menu reflects the roots of Harlem’s diverse population as well as Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s own rich background, while celebrating local farmers and artisanal purveyors.
Red Rooster Harlem features a lively bar and dining room, and a front window offering a to-go menu of drinks and baked goods. From the colors used throughout our restaurant to the art hanging on its walls, Red Rooster is designed to be a place where people from near and far come to celebrate food, music, history, culture and art.
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