Who didn’t know this was coming? Red Rooster, and the restaurant’s chef, Marcus Samuelsson, are an institution in cuisine. The famous Harlem eatery is also open for brunch (if you can get in, be aware that they don’t take reservations on Sundays). Like the global combination of cultures that Red Rooster compiles in its lunch and dinner dishes, the brunch menu reflects a southern hospitality (complete with chicken and waffles and biscuits and gravy) as well as odes to traditional Mexican breakfast options like chilaquiles. Not to mention: cornbread with honey butter.
For the bruncher who wants quality in their Sunday outing, Red Rooster is the place you can go to get it and impress your friends at the same time.
Promoted by the renowned chef Marcus Samuelson, the Red Rooster is an excellent option for all you foodies out there. The spread includes honey butter, fried chicken & waffles, and biscuits. What makes it even more interesting option is the art and music events that it hosts. The Harlem influenced events, live performances and painting exhibitions are some of the features you would ideally find quite common at Red Rooster. The music is pretty nice at Red Rooster too.
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