Red Rooster is thrilled to join the vibrant Harlem community. Our menu reflects on the roots of American cuisine while celebrating local farmers and artisanal food makers. The Rooster, Chef Marcus Samuelsson's first Harlem eatery, features a take-out market, welcoming bar and restaurant. The restaurant was named for the legendary Harlem speakeasy located on 138th and 7th Ave where neighborhood folk, jazz greats, authors, politicians and some of the most noteworthy figures of the 20th Century would come together to enjoy drinks and live music. We want to embrace that same spirit at our Red Rooster today.
Award-winning chef and multiple cookbook author Marcus Samuelsson was the youngest chef to ever receive two three-star ratings from The New York Times while at Aquavit as Executive Chef. In 2010 Marcus was the winner of Top Chef Masters Season 2 and also served as the guest chef for the first State Dinner of the Obama administration. He is the chef-owner of several globally inspired restaurants around the world including Red Rooster, Marcus' Bermuda and Streetbird.
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The food is perfectly cooked but a bit pricy for regular eating out. Makes for a great date every once in a while, and the service always shines.
One of the best places to get brunch in NYC! Definitely one of the best breakfast restaurants in New York
An absolute must when visiting NYC.
Marcus Samuelsson has done such a great job with Red Rooster! Check out his cookbook if you haven't yet!
Red Rooster has great brunch food and craft cocktails! I will definitely be back!
This place has great food and great decor!