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310 Malcolm X Blvd (btwn W 125th & W 126th St)
New York, NY 10027
United States
(map) (212) 792-9001
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The glory of the Red Rooster is that everyone really is there, actually making the scene: black and white, Asian and Latino, straight and gay, young and old.
Sam Sifton
New York Times

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  • "
    The most satisfying dish of all, however, is the “fried yard bird” fried chicken, which is soaked in buttermilk, seized in a crispy, almost candylike crust, and served, in classic neighborhood style, with spicy collard greens, mace gravy, and can of spicy “shake” seasoning on the side.

    New York Magazine
    81
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    The glory of the Red Rooster is that everyone really is there, actually making the scene: black and white, Asian and Latino, straight and gay, young and old.

    New York Times
    82
  • "
    Samuelsson and his executive chef, Andrea Bergquist, have effortlessly integrated fusion elements spanning fried chicken, spongy Ethiopian injera bread, and Swedish meatballs

    The New Yorker
    80
  • "
    Then the food comes. Dirty rice ($11) lives up to its name, like spooning a mouthful straight from a box of Zatarain’s. Blackened catfish, no better than a prepackaged supermarket version, arrived with black eyed peas that smelled like dishwater

    Bloomberg
    71
  • "
    The most satisfying dish of all, however, is the “fried yard bird” fried chicken, which is soaked in buttermilk, seized in a crispy, almost candylike crust, and served, in classic neighborhood style, with spicy collard greens, mace gravy, and can of spicy “shake” seasoning on the side.

    New York Magazine
    81