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The Nook at Red Rooster in Harlem

Today is the relaunch of The Nook at Red Rooster.  Located in a pocket of the restaurant at its entry, The Nook sells specialty savory items and sweets created by Red Rooster Harlem’s pastry chef, Deborah Racicot, whose impressive resume… Continue Reading →

Marcus Samuelsson Hosts Maxime Bilet, Co-Auther Of Modernist Cuisine

Join Marcus Samuelsson and Maxime Bilet, James Beard Award winner and co-author of Modernist Cuisine, as they embark on a culinary journey into the future. Max re-interprets Marcus Samuelsson signature dishes such as Chicken & Waffles and Steak & Grits, and and gives it his… Continue Reading →

Marcus Samuelsson Hosts Hedy Goldsmith At Red Rooster

Marcus Samuelsson hosts Pastry Chef Hedy Goldsmith at Red Rooster for a dinner to celebrate the release of her upcoming cookbook “Baking Out Loud.” Red Rooster will be hosting this dinner on Tuesday, October 2nd at 6:30pm and they want… Continue Reading →

Chef Marcus Samuelsson on CNN

Harlem’s superstar chef Marcus Samuelsson with his new book “Yes, Chef” was featured on CNN this morning in an excellent interview focusing on his extraordinary life and his love of Harlem. At the end of the clip, he eloquently distills… Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Marcus Samuelsson

“It’s an American tale that we’re telling, and America today is a diverse nation.” – Marcus Samuelsson *Marcus currently lives in Harlem and owns the hot spot “Red Rooster” and “Ginny’s Supper Club” on Lenox Avenue. He is very involved… Continue Reading →

YES, CHEF Marcus Samuelsson’s new memoir is the centerpiece of the Harlem Community Day Celebration

The world famous chef  and Harlem resident Marcus Samuelsson will host a Harlem Community Day on Monday, June 25th in support of his forthcoming memoir, Yes, Chef.  In association with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, the neighborhood-focused day will be held… Continue Reading →

Jimmy Scott Live at Ginny’s in Harlem

Harlem you do not want to miss this. The legendary Jimmy Scott will be performing for three nights live at Ginny’s Supper Club. I recently just had the privilege of seeing him perform in Tribeca at Duane Park to a… Continue Reading →

Bike Lanes Coming To Harlem

Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito Tweeted that the new bike paths “are well on their way as confirmed by DOT.”   That lanes all the way up to 125th could happen in the next year or so. The DOT has little to… Continue Reading →

Red Rooster – Downstairs lounge undergoing renovation

By HarlemGuy We learned last night while partying there that Red Rooster’s downstairs lounge is undergoing a renovation and won’t be open until October. We look forward to the grand (re)opening.

Celebrity Sighting In Harlem…

Tim Bagley, a Harlem regular as of late, was spotted with friends at Harlem hot spots Chez Lucienne and Red Rooster. Tim currently stars opposite Lisa Kudrow, as “Richard Pratt” on Showtime’s “Web Therapy.” Look for him in the NBC pilot episode… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Marcus Samuelsson receives Frederick Douglass Award

By HarlemCondoLife I was flipping through newspapers from this week and came across a huge congratulatory advertisement in The New York Times regarding our very own Harlemite, Marcus Samuelsson. Apparently on May 12, Samuelsson was awarded the Frederick Douglass Award… Continue Reading →

One of Harlem's A-List couples graces the cover of Uptown Magazine

By HarlemGal It’s Spring time! That means it’s time for magazines to feature the most beautiful people on the planet on the cover. Uptown Magazine falls in line and starts off April right by pleasing the eye. In their annual Gourmet… Continue Reading →

What should President Barack Obama order at Red Rooster Harlem?

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife The barricades are up on Lenox Avenue and 125th Street, the $30k checks are in, and the articles have been written about how POTUS Barack Obama will be in Harlem this evening (March 29) at Red… Continue Reading →

Red Rooster Harlem serves up 'The Lunch Tray'

By HarlemGal It is a snow day for most of us and if you forgot to stock up the fridge, like I did, what should one do for lunch today, tomorrow or next week? Hmmm. Since lunch and brunch are… Continue Reading →

Red Rooster in Harlem to open December 17

By HarlemCondoLife The New York Times Diner’s Journal is reporting today that Red Rooster, located at 310 Lenox Avenue in Harlem, will open this Friday, December 17, for dinner only! The Times even has a copy of the menu. Click… Continue Reading →

Apollo Theater in Harlem elects new board

By HarlemCondoLife If you were wondering who sits on the Board for the famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, wonder no more. Around noon today, the Apollo notified several constituents that last night, (I guess after the holiday lighting event?) they… Continue Reading →

Quick encounter with Harlem's Marcus Samuelsson

By HarlemGal We finally crossed in a direct path with fellow Harlemite, Red Rooster owner and celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson. The quick exchange happened on the evening of November 30. Samuelsson and his stunning wife Maya were at the annual… Continue Reading →

Harlem through the eyes of Marcus Samuelsson

By HarlemGal The countdown begins for the opening of Red Rooster, which is suppose to have its preview night November 2 in Harlem with an official opening expected about three weeks later according to a reader and its owner, Marcus… Continue Reading →

Celebrity Foodie Marcuss Samuelsson is About Town in Harlem

By HarlemGuy We’ve frequently posted about Marcus Samuelsson who we recenlty spotted having brunch at Society Cafe on 114th and Frederick Douglass Boulevard a few weeks ago.   Yet another indication of the strip’s emerging Gold Coast status as first coined by… Continue Reading →

Red Rooster in Harlem named restaurant to watch this Fall

By HarlemGal Harlem’s Red Rooster, owned by celebrity chef and Harlemite Marcus Samuelsson, was named one of 15 new restaurants to watch this Fall by The Wall Street Journal. Red Rooster, which is scheduled to open in October at 310 Lenox Ave,… Continue Reading →

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