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Ginny's Supper Club
New American Restaurant$$
Today 7:00 pm – 3:00 am
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310 Lenox Ave Manhattan, NY 10027
310 Lenox AveUSNYManhattan10027
(212) 421-3821ginnyssupperclub.com
$$New American RestaurantToday 7:00 pm – 3:00 am
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 12:00 – 2:00 am, 7:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 7:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 7:00 pm – 3:00 amSaturday 7:00 pm – 3:00 amSunday 10:30 pm – 12:00 am
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Updated soul food & craft cocktails plus live music in the basement of Red Rooster.- Google
People talk about gospel brunch, chicken and waffles, marcus samuelsson, harlem renaissance and harlem mule
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Kesha Baker
reviewed in the last week
So while the decor is nice, everything else about this place sucks. From the slow bar / food service, to the fact that you have to watch your belongings like a hawk, in order to avoid being picked off by this pickpocketing / theft ring that is operating in there and the place upstairs, the whole experience was a bust. The two times I have been to this venue either myself or a member of the party i was with was pick pocketed/ had belongings taken. The management was unapologetic and unwilling to review the camera. Loved the show the band i was there to see put on, but it was not worth having to replace everything in my wallet or pay for identity fraud alerts for the next year! On top of all that the bartender was nice but the waitresses gave us the stank eye all night. Overall not worth it for the price you pay!!!
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Topher Ziobro
reviewed a year ago
The food's delicious but I would go here every week just to hear the performances. The sassiness and talent that the jazz singer brought to bear on each song was incredible. The smooth sounds from the band backing her up were done expertly and I felt lucky to have a booth near the stage. I hope they add more musical performances and I'm interested to check out the Gospel Brunch as well. The drinks were expertly mixed (we tried one of the swizzles, a classic Sazerac and a smoky Mezcal drinnk) and the food was simply but well prepared. We all really enjoyed the mix of Swedish and soul food flavors on each plate and will definitely return.
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Daniel Nabavian
reviewed 2 years ago
Classic Harlem Renaissance brought back to life!
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Amber King
reviewed 11 months ago
Overrated, much like its sister restaurant, Red Rooster, located right upstairs. Ginny's setup is odd: the bar area is quite narrow and the patrons tend to leak over into the dining area only a few feet away. I felt bad for some of the diners who had to deal with barflies hovering over their meals. Luckily, on Saturday nights, the tables are removed to make room for the weekly dance party, giving the room some much needed space to move around. It was a good crowd and I enjoyed the music, but I was served the worst White Russian ever that tasted like vodka and milk water. For what it cost, I was in disbelief that I would be so dissatisfied with one of the most easy-to-make drinks ever. Bleh.
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Dan Saperstein
reviewed a year ago
Great vibe here, with live music/DJ/other entertainment setting the mood. An interesting - though pricey - menu with some really excellent food; my ribeye was delicious! Service is spot-on too - very friendly & helpful staff.
A Zagat User
reviewed 11 months ago
This has a nice evening crowd for the young and sexy. Drinks are a little pricey for Harlem and I got the impression that the bartenders didn't eat the food since they couldn't recommend anything to me. Go early to avoid the cover charge. It's good for a visit or two and you'll have fun.