Red Rooster Harlem Restaurant’s 5-course prix-fixe menu for Black History Month

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Black History Month begins today, and Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s famed Harlem restaurant Red Rooster has announced a special prix-fixe dinner menu that will be available throughout the month of February.

Red Rooster’s Black History Month prix-fixe menu includes 5-courses, plus an amuse to start, available only at dinner for $62.  See the delicious menu items below.



Red Rooster Restaurant’s 5-course prix-fixe menu during Black History Month

Red Rooster Harlem, 310 Lenox Ave, Harlem NY ( between 125th & 126th st)

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To start: Miss Adrienne’s Macaroons with duck liver pate filling and drizzled with aged balsamic

Created by Chef de Cuisine Adrienne Cheatham of Red Rooster Harlem 

Broiled Oysters with sea beans, black olive aioli and fennel

Inspired by Edna Lewis, a renowned chef who worked in several NYC restaurants, wrote many cookbooks, and earned a James Beard Award nomination in 2004 for The Gift of the Southern Kitchen, and was the recipient of the first ever James Beard Living Legend Award in 1995

Charred Octopus served over plantain, crispy chickpeas and a curry vinaigrette 

Created by CJ Grant, a current line cook at Red Rooster Harlem

Blackened Catfish with creole cooked red beans and turnip greens

 Inspired by Leah Chase, a New Orleans born chef dubbed the “Queen of Creole Cuisine” and inducted into the James Beard Foundation’s Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America

Beer Braised Pork Belly with creamed turnips, roasted baby turnips and smoked vinegar jus

 Inspired by Lena Richardson, a talented chef whose story has not yet been told and Red Rooster Harlem is proud to honor her 

Dessert Frosted Flakes with coconut rice pudding, corn flakes, rum

Inspired by Nyesha Arrington, executive chef of Leona in Los Angeles, and former contestant on Top Chef and Chef Hunter 

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