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About Ginny’s Supper Club
Wander downstairs at the Red Rooster Harlem and you'll soon pick up the trail of its spirited sister venue. With a hat tipped to Harlem's Renaissance, Ginny's Supper Club is a modern reincarnation of the glamorous speakeasies and Harlem nights of the Twenties – an intimate lounge with a warm bourbon glow and an even warmer welcome.
Kindled by the hottest live music, creative cocktails, soulful food and Harlem's vibrant culture, Ginny's exists solely for the glory of a great night out.
New York, NY 10027
American, Scandinavian, Southern
Hours of Operation:
Dinner and Live Music, Thu - Sat : 6:00pm - 10.00pm, Bar 2am
Gospel Brunch, Sun : 10.30am - 3:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Friday Night - Live Jazz
Friday Late Night - DJ Moma
Saturday Night - Live Jazz
Our comforting and seasonal cuisine and lively environment offer a variety of options for creating a truly memorable experience – whether it is for a business function or family gathering. And if a live musical performance is scheduled for Ginny’s on the night of your party, we would love for you to join us for this ticketed event, with our compliments.
PARKING: ABLE Parking at 160 West 124th Street offers Red Rooster customers a special rate of $10 for cars, or $13 for Suv's with a stamped validation. For a closer park & lock option around the corner there is ProPark Garage at 120 West 126th Street.
SUBWAY: The 2 & 3 express lines to 125th Street & Lenox Avenue station are just steps away from the front door of the Red Rooster.
The A, C, B and D lines at 125th Street and Saint Nicholas Avenue Station are 3 blocks away.
BUS: The 102 & 7 Buses stop directly in front of the Rooster.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access
Ginny’s Supper Club Ratings and Reviews
Music was lovely and the ambiance was fantastic. Hostess made a special effort to place us in a great location. Several menu items were sold out and two of the listed wines were not available. Wine situation was not told to us until several minutes after placing order. Tap water was warm. Manager did stop by after the meal and all of this was shared with him. He seemed nonplussed but did provide a free round of beverages
Highly overrated. I can’t eat spicy foods and the server was hard pressed to find something I could eat. One dish he said had frequent comments that it was too spicy. I couldn’t even taste my husbands mussels because of the spice. The woman at the table next to me wanted some cornbread that wasn’t drenched in butter and the server said, sorry that is how it comes. My dish, the meatball cottage pie was just weird and not in a good way.
Great venue, music and food, only let down by poor service, one error is fine, two no problem but we were let down on several levels and in the end only managed to be served starters. Drink orders were wrong every time and bill was not correct. Amazing place and would recommend, think we just were unlucky with our waitress
I am SO disappointed. I brought 6 friends who were in town from Italy for a special night out (one who's birthday it was) and we couldn't have had worse service. Our waiter was nice, but it was like he had never waited tables before. Water glasses sat empty, our entrees were forgotten after he put the apps order in. We got meatballs we never ordered, the salad dressing wasn't on the side as requested. They tried to make it up to us by bringing over dessert for the birthday girl, but 20 minutes after signing the check we had to go - while we were getting our jackets on the dessert finally showed up. It's just so so sad that a place that could be so amazing falls down so hard on service.
Girlfriend and I had a lovely time at Ginny's. We had a cozy seat right up front an arm's length from the band, which was led by Chris Turner, a very intense, creative musician. The food was amazing too - the fried chicken for two was so tender and had perfectly crisped skin, and the mac and cheese side was to die for. A great date night!
6 of us were looking forward to some great Gospel. The singing was fun and loud but the show was less than one hour - about 4 songs. Very kitschey part of singing happy birthday to guests. We knew ahead of time that the food was buffet. We thought there would be some effort to have the food warm and some semblance of the quality that we heard about for the food at Red Rooster. The line was long to get food and 1/3 of the choices were empty so we had to wait for refills instead of sitting enjoying our meal with the rest of our table. I would not recommend spending the money on the Gospel Sunday Brunch. We were ushered in after 12:30 and the music was over by 1:30pm - there was no movement toward refilling the food. Dessert was berries, cream, they had run out of the little parfaits. No offering of coffee so folks would linger.
We went to Ginny's supper club during a 4 day trip to NYC for the Sunday brunch. It was our first time in Harlem and it will not be out last! The food was good and the service too. But the highlight was the obviously the gospel brunch. The singer were energetic and so talented! The only thing is that it was only about a 30-40 minutes show. We would've loved a bit longer show! But overall experience was Amazing
The service was terrible. We waited 30 minutes between the apps and entrees and had to chase down servers to find out what was going on. No one refilled our waters. And I ordered shrimp and grits, which only came with 2 shrimp and was served on the same size plate/portion as the shrimp and rice appetizer (which also came with 2 shrimp) - only the appetizer was $18 and the entree was $32 - for the exact same portion! The deviled eggs came with 1.5 eggs for $7! The food was fine - but WAY overpriced and with a side of terrible service. We won't be going back.
Had a really great friday night with my cousin at Ginny's Supper Club. I always love the rooster punch and the cornbread up at the Rooster. This was my first time in a while going down to Ginny's and forgot about the high admission price for the live show and that we would have to basically wrap up our conversation to listen but the fabulous musicians were worth it though. Wouldn't go here for a first date if I needed to get to know the person or have any important conversation. Crowd seemed like older professionals rather than millenials like myself who might not all appreciate the music or be able to afford the menu. Really enjoyed the fried bird and biscuits. The condiments paired well with the food. The greens inside the mac were a pleasant surprise too.
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