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Time Out New York Awards Red Rooster “Best New Neighborhood Joint”

By admin | April 4, 2012

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We’re proud to say that Red Rooster Harlem has just been awarded the 2012 Best New Neighborhood Joint by Time Out New York. Every year the highly regarded Time Out New York honors the city’s best restaurants, chefs, bars and barkeeps. This year’s award were hosted at Skylight West in Hell’s Kitchen last night.

Over 100,000 votes were cast to determine the ten winners in the Readers’ Choice category in addition to the ten Critics’ Picks winners and we’re happy to say that thanks to your support, Red Rooster Harlem won the Best New Neighborhood Joint award. With great competitors like Porsena and Earl’s Beer and Cheese, we’re happy to have been selected as a new neighborhood favorite. Read More

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What’s Your Favorite Grammy Nominee Eating?

By admin | February 10, 2012

Photo: Cyril Attias

Photo: Cyril Attias

By: Melaina Gasbarrino

Have you wondered what food your favorite musician just can’t live without? Is it just me or have you also seriously stopped to think at times, “What is Beyonce eating right now?” Just because musicians may be megastars doesn’t mean they don’t like certain foods as much as we do, too. Of course, their workout regimens may definitely be different to ours, but that’s beside the point.

Well in case you too have wondered what the big music stars are eating these days, to commemorate the Grammy’s this Sunday here is a look at the diversity of dishes artists love from around America. Read More

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The James Beard Awards

By mahir | February 21, 2011

By MarcusSamuelsson.com Editors

Even as the Oscars come to a close, a different awards season is heating up. On Thursday, February 17th, the James Beard Foundation announced the 2011 James Beard Restaurant and Chef Awards semifinalists. Read More

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