Ginny’s Supper Club

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Ginny’s Salon: After Midnight

By Marcus Samuelsson | May 12, 2014

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Join me at Ginny’s Supper Club Monday, May 19th for a fabulous evening of food and discussion with Tony nominated Best Director/Choreographer Warren Carlyle, Tony Nominated actress Adriane Lenox, Tony  nominated Costume Director Isabel Toledo, and her husband Artist-in-Residence Ruben Toledo as they sit with me to discuss the inner workings of the production that shares Harlem’s legacy with the world. We will serve a curated four-course meal inspired by the Cotton Club in its heyday.

To learn more about this amazing production read the New York Times Review here

Here is the featured menu for the evening:

Supper De-Luxe

First

Relish Tray

cornbread madeleine, deviled eggs with caviar, pickles

Second

Oysters and Lox

fried oysters, tandoori smoked salmon, yuzu kosho yogurt

Third

duck & waffle

smoked maple gastrique, collards, foie gras ganache

Last

Swedish Cloud

pistachio sponge, rhubarb sorbet, cream cheese foam, lemon-elderberry curd

the rooster goodbye

champagne infused grapes

ArtEvents

Salon Series: Celebrating Art and Food with Derrick Adams and Marcus

By MarcusSamuelsson.com | January 7, 2014

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Derrick Adams’ Head #14 (Photo Courtesy of the Artist)

You’re invited to a one-of-a-kind salon on Wednesday, January  15th at 7pm for an intimate dinner and conversation with Marcus Samuelsson and artist Derrick Adams. The New York-based artist, who graduated from Columbia and Pratt Universities, will be our honored guest at Ginny’s Supper Club to discuss topics focusing on the conversation between art and food. If his art seems familiar, it’s because many of his pieces have been featured at Red Rooster and last week Derrick installed 6 new works in our private dining space. The installation will live with us for at least a year. Read More

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Another Raucous Halloween at Ginny’s

By MarcusSamuelsson.com | November 1, 2013

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If you ever think you know what’s going to happen at a Halloween party, you’ve never been to a Halloween party at Ginny’s. For our Third Annual Ginny’s Halloween Party, our favorite guests and ghouls went all out to showcase some of the most unusual costumes that were entered into the Best Costume contest. True to trends, there were a couple of Miley’s, two throwback Avatars, a too-close-to-the-real-thing Frank “Ponch” Poncherello, a post-enhanced Alex Rodriguez, an excellent Dorothy and Wicked Witch of the West, and an ever angelic Angel. And that was just at the front door.  Read More

About Last Night

Harlem Hosts Houston for a Chef Battle

By Jeannette Park | October 17, 2013

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When a night includes six stellar chefs, a MacArthur Fellow jazz pianist, and a marrow bone used as a salt shaker, it’s an event you won’t soon forget. And that’s exactly what happened on Ginny’s on Wednesday evening. With the generous support of the Houston CVB, Seth Siegel-Gardner and Terrence Gallivan of Houston’s The Pass & Provisions took to our kitchens and created a showdown of flavors in a battle of Houston versus Harlem. Read More

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John Legend Visits Ginny’s for a Special Performance

By Red Rooster | September 24, 2013

John Legend at Ginny's

John Legend at Ginny's

Recently, the R&B superstar John Legend made a surprise visit to Ginny’s Supper Club to share an up-close performance with a packed room of spellbound New Yorkers. Legend amazed the audience with some of his favorites like “Again”, and cheaked in some of his new, upcoming material, including the popular, “Made to Love”. In a pre-performance interview, he shared thoughtful details of his personal life, his creative process and his deep sense of pride in producing a catalogue of music that many consider instant classics. He started the day by strolling through Harlem and visiting a few of his favorite local places, including the Harlem’s Children’s Zone, which he is a huge supporter of. The night was quintessential Ginny’s–intimate, packed with incredible talent and an unforgettable experience.

Restaurants

Time Out Names Ginny’s One of Best Bars in Harlem

By Christopher Stewart | August 27, 2013

Photo: Monika Sziladi
Photo: Monika Sziladi

Photo: Monika Sziladi

If nothing else, Harlem is the place to be. Ginny’s Supper Club has been named as one of the Best Bars in Harlem by Time Out New York Magazine, and it’s also a Critics Choice pick. Located downstairs inside Red Rooster, Ginny’s Super Club is a modern reincarnation of the beloved speakeasies that Harlem is so famously known for.

The drink menu offers up a variety of signatures and classics such as the Rooster Colada and the Harlem Mule. Wine by the glass and a variety of beers are also available on the menu, along with a fully constructed menu and live entertainment. Don’t miss the incredible Ethiopian rock group Jano Band when they perform this Wednesday, August 28th. Get tickets here.

Events

Filming A Moveable Feast for PBS

By Alexandra Fleischman | June 11, 2013

PBS Moveable Feast

PBS Moveable FeastMonday afternoon, Barbuto Chef Jonathan Waxman and Australian Chef Pete Evans joined Marcus in the Red Rooster kitchen to cook five courses for friends and family—a meal that will become an episode of new show Moveable Feast. In the kitchen, cameramen weaved around hushed spectators as they tried to capture every moment on film. Jonathan and Marcus traded off on dishes, all the while sharing their tips and cracking jokes. Among the plates, Marcus fried his signature yardbird and Jonathan seared beautiful lamb chops served with kale salad. Read More

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