Celebrate Easter at Red Rooster and Ginny’s

By mahir | April 5, 2012

What a more ideal way to celebrate Easter than with a very special Sunday Brunch? And there’s no better place to enjoy it than in what has become one of New York’s premier brunch spot - Red Rooster Harlem! Join us for our festive Easter celebration as we usher in springtime with veteran Gospel singer Boncella Lewis to pay tribute to music, food, and spirituality.

Sunday, April 8th, tantalize your taste buds with Red Rooster’s Brunch classics, like the Lenox Smorga¥sborg ($20), Lamb & Potato Hash ($20), Biscuit & Red Eye Gravy ($16) and our now famous Fried Yard Bird ($22). Reservations are not accepted, so, grab a seat at the bar, sip on of our signature cocktails and enjoy the uplifting music until your name is called.

This year, in addition to Red Rooster Harlem’s Sunday Brunch, our new supper club Ginny’s, will also be open on this joyous occasion. Come experience the feel of a classic supper club as you enjoy our Easter fare with a retro Harlem twist, like Pain Perdu ($15), Duck Hash ($18), Steak & Eggs ($26), and Chicken & Waffles ($19). To really round out the holiday, Gospel choir ‘Only God Knows’ will be performing to set the mood. Under the direction of Carlton Francis, Jr., ‘Only God Knows’ has ministered for events, including the McDonalds Gospelfest 2008, Air Jamaica Gospel Competition, and the Verizon ‘How Sweet The Sound’ Competition, where they took home first place in all three competitions. The group has a wide vocal range from jazz to gospel to classical music and this will be their first time performing for audiences at Ginny’s Supper Club starting at 11:30am.

This year, Easter in Harlem is bound to be a day of epic proportions! So come and join us in your Easter Sunday best to welcome spring with the soul and joy that only found at Red Rooster Harlem and Ginny’s Supper Club.

Brunch is served from 10am-4pm
Red Rooster Harlem walk-ins only accepted
Ginny’s Supper Club reservations are recommended

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