Yes, we know your grandmother makes the best pan-fried chicken ever. However…she won’t know when you go to this Harlem institution and throw back a couple of pieces of Mr. Charles’ perfectly fried chicken, some sides too. And if she finds out she is just going to ask you to bring her some anyway. It’s all good, literally!
This Striver’s Row pillar is known for its historical soul, Creole and Cajun classics, and first-class live entertainment. The Louisiana blackened catfish, baby back ribs and pan-seared salmon are just some of the highlights.
The legacy of this historical landmark as a center for jazz is modernized by Dick Parsons and Alexander Smalls as an elegant supper club. The glamor and grace of Minton’s recalls the nightly, high-class, entertainment destinations that inspired Harlem’s renaissance.
Sylvia’s Woods is the Queen of Soul Food. Need we say more? Her Harlem institution has reigned supreme for over 50 years. Tourists and locals alike flock to it. Sylvia’s Also next door offers comedy, karaoke or just cocktails and fun.