A homage to the neighbourhood and inspired by Harlem's iconic diner culture - this buzzy bistro (situated a block from Sylvia’s on Lenox Avenue off 125th Street) serves up global soul street food and has been fundamental in bringing about a renaissance of the local culinary scene.
Founded by renowed Ethiopian-Swedish chef Marcus Samuelsson (formerly of the award-wining Aquavit and a winner of Top Chef Masters) you can expect home-cooked Southern-inspired - comfort food with elements of Caribbean, Latin American and African cuisines.
Expect the Miami outpost to replicate the laid back cheerful charm complete with antique bric-a-brac, works from local artists and live music - everyone from John Legend to Alicia Keys has performed in the downstairs Ginny's Supper Club.
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