GINNY's supper club

Downstairs in Red Rooster’s is one of New York's best kept secrets: Ginny’s Supper Club. This classic Harlem speakeasy is a feast for all senses! Join us for Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s world renowned cuisine and cocktails and legendary live performances in a space that will transport you back in time. 

 

GOSPEL BRUNCH

Looking to spend an unforgettable Sunday morning in Harlem? Join us downstairs at Ginny's Supper Club for a spirited Gospel Brunch featuring Vi Higginsen's Gospel For Teens Choir and Red Rooster’s famous soul food brunch. Reservations are encouraged.

Photo by Bobby Fisher

Photo by Bobby Fisher


RED ROOSTER

Upstairs in the Red Rooster bar area, patrons are treated to live musicians and DJs every day of the week – no tickets necessary!

Rakiem Walker Project

MONDAY

The “Rakiem Walker Project” (RWP) is a 7 piece band that consists of horns, drums, vocals, guitar, keyboards, and more. The band plays different genres and musical feels including Jazz, RnB, Neo-Soul, Live Hip Hop, Reggae, Gospel, Blues, and Latin. 

 
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Latin Night with Johnny Mambo & Friends

TUESDAY

Johnny Mambo is a spicy quintet of vivacious horns and congos that light up the bar each week Red Rooster. Guests are invited to dance while enjoying the spirit of Latin grooves.

 
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World Vibes with DJ Hard Hittin' Harry & Guests

Wednesday  
 

DJ Hard Hittin Harry was born in Port au Prince, Haiti in the late sixties. At the tender age of three, his family made a series of moves starting with Brooklyn New York, and Montreal, Canada. He spent the majority of his life in New Jersey and eventually returned to Brooklyn where he currently resides.

 

Thursday

DJ Masai is the center of the storm.  He has been spinning for over 23 years and has played in some of the biggest venues in the city and Tri-State area. DJ Masai just about always knew what elements were essential to rock a party. 

 
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DJ Stormin' Norman

Friday

Dj, Founder and Executive Producer of Harlem and NYC's most anticipated summer festival, Sundae Sermon Music Festival.   DJ Stormin' Norman originally hails from East London, UK and is now a resident of Harlem, USA. In the 90's, he was part of a groundbreaking DJ collective who brought the Thunderstorm Mix on WBLS 107.5FM NYC, introducing live mixing to daytime radio previously reserved for weekend night broadcasts from night-clubs, setting a new precedent in national radio that we see today all over the world.

 

DJ Jon Quick

SATURDAY Brunch

DJ Jon Quick, aka The Superhero DJ, is one of the most sought after celebrity DJs in NYC. A veteran of the the city's club circuit for over 12 years, Jon has also been the celebrity's choice when it comes to spinning high end events! Whether it's Beyonce's Formation Tour VIP Experience at Mets Stadium, Jerome Bettis's Hall of Fame Induction Weekend Party in Canton, Ohio, The NYC Wine & Food Festival with host Patti Labelle or even a wedding for renown movie/tv star Rochelle Aytes, Jon Quick's phenomenal, head turning mix sets always receive critical acclaim. 

Follow him on Instagram @djjonquick and Twitter @superheroDJ. Mixes can be found at his official website - www.mydjisasuperhero.com

 
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DJ Lex NY

SATURDAY NIGHT

A native New Yorker, DJ Lex NY's sound has been influenced by the diverse cultures that shape New York City. Since 2002, he has played all over the five boroughs, as well as in other cities. It's his ability to entertain crowds with intricate sets of Afro Beat, Dancehall, Hip Hop, House, and Soca that has earned him a reputation as one of the best up and coming dj's in NYC.

 

Boncella Lewis & Guests

SUNDAY Brunch

Come to Red Rooster on Sunday mornings and you will hear the lovely vocals of Boncella Lewis. Having performed with the who’s who if the Harlem jazz underground, including Bill Saxton, Donald Smith, Kim Clarke, and Harry Whitaker, Boncella embodies the spirit of music and Harlem in every grace-plucked note she sings.

 

SUNDAY dinner

Whether you’re sipping cocktails in the bar or enjoying the comfort food standards on the menu, live jazz can help stave off the late-weekend blues. Every Sunday, the Nate Lucas Quartetsets up shop and begins jamming its way through classic jazz tunes and forgotten nuggets.