A Harlem Escape

Escape from the hustle of the city outside and find yourself downstairs in Red Rooster’s best kept secret, Ginny’s Supper Club. Impeccably designed by co-owner Andrew Chapman, our classic Harlem speakeasy vibe lends itself perfectly to creating memorable days and nights of celebration featuring the legendary music of Harlem and Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s world renowned cuisine.

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Private Dining

We are pleased to offer private dining options for all types of events. Private seated functions are available for 20 to 125 guests or cocktail receptions from 20- 275 guests. Please view our event packet to see capacities, food and beverage packages and available room sizes.

Our event coordinators will help you host the ultimate corporate function or social gathering, including but not limited to weddings and rehearsal dinners, birthdays and anniversaries, religious celebrations, board meetings and film screenings, sales dinners, product launches and more.

For groups of 9-20 wishing to enjoy dinner and live music performances during Thursday, Friday or Saturday evenings, we offer large party bookings with curated prix fixe menus.

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Gospel Brunch

Looking to spend a Sunday morning in Harlem? We invite you to join us for Gospel Brunch featuring a local Harlem Gospel Choir and Red Rooster’s famous soulful brunch smorgasbord. Reservations are encouraged for smaller groups, but groups of 9 or more should contact our private dining department for prix fixe options and beverage packages.

Off site catering options also available on request.
Please email us directly at events@redroosterharlem.com to book your event.

Thank you and we look forward to hosting you!


About Chef Marcus Samuelsson

marcus-redrooster-ginnys Award-winning chef and cookbook author Marcus Samuelsson was the youngest chef to ever receive two three-star ratings from The New York Times while at Aquavit as Executive Chef. In 2010 Marcus was the winner of Top Chef Masters Season 2 and also served as the guest chef for the first State Dinner of the Obama administration. marcussamuelsson.com