Red Rooster offers large party bookings at our Chef's Table in the main dining room (up to 20 guests) with a prix fixe menu. Downstairs in Ginny's Supper Club, our two event spaces can be reserved for events ranging from 20 - 275 guests. Pricing for main level buyouts is available on request.View Private Dining Details
Excellent food and awesome service!
Good good but a little bit too heavy
I really enjoyed the food and will definitely return!
Service was great. Loved the ambiance. Red velvet waffle was best waffle I’ve ever had. Chicken was great and Mac and greens - delicious! Went down to Ginny’s Supper Club for a bit after. Will definitely return.
A visit to Red Rooster always feels like a special occasion, even when it's only a mid-week lunch date with your spouse. In fact, we decided to have lunch there just to get ourselves out of the winter doldrums. And it worked! The service is so attentive and happy that you simply feel special. The food is, of course, fabulous, under the watchful eye of Marcus Samuelsson. I had the lobster roll - 3 sliders of cold lobster, each with a house-made chip, pickle and a sauce with a hit of heat. OMG. My spouse had the shrimp and grits, a dish we'd had before. The combination of ingredients was spectacular. We shared the donut holes for dessert - 6 of them - yummy. We'll be back to Red Rooster. We always return to our favorites, don't we?
The food is always excellent however, for the first time we had dreadful service. It took about 45 mins to get one drink and around 30 mins to place our order. I appreciate that it was busy but for a drink it seems rather ridiculous.
Overrated restaurant. Great atmosphere, but a fairly disappointing experience in terms of quality of food. My partner and I ordered the Jerk Chicken and it was very oily and poorly seasoned. Light and fairly good sides and appetizers, but I wish I could get my money back as I could not even finish my meal due to the overly sweetened, burnt taste.
When we first arrived we interacted with the cocktail waitress, it wasn’t pleasant, she seemed rude and annoyed and pointed us towards the hostess who was much more inviting and welcoming. We were seated and met with our server who also seem to be annoyed that he had to server us. I proceeded to inform him that this was our first time here and would like some recommendations, felt like I was pulling his teeth and as the night went on he was not attentive as he should have been. I had more interactions with other waiters then I did with my table waiter. As far as the food we ordered wild wild wings which I enjoyed, chicken and waffles and the corn bread( both of which I was not satisfied with). For our main course we ordered the ribeye steak a side of mash potatoes and their Mac and greens.... The ribeye was amazing, seasoned perfectly, it came with a sweet potato purée which was amazing as well. The side order of the mash potatoes was sub par at best but the Mac and greens might have been one of the best that I haven eaten to date. To summarize the consistency of the food wasn’t what I expected and the amount of money we spent with cocktails included reach over 220 dollars, that wouldn’t have been a problem if the entire experience was enjoyable. I wouldn’t return to this restaurant but would try another from Marcus.
The service was a bit slow but overall the server was very nice, informative, honest, and funny. We were treated special bc of the occasion. The food was tasty but the yard bird was nothing amazing. Very hard to chew. The mash potatoes were blah. We enjoyed the crab cakes, lobster roll, and deviled eggs. The red sangria was delicious. Will try again...switch up our menu choices
Trip to NY to see Hamilton. My 14 year old twins first time visiting Harlem