If, after months of quarantine, you still haven’t learned how to turn your apartment into a restaurant, turn off the knife skills YouTube videos and order Adá Supper Club’s A Night In instead. This rotating dinner series features three-course meals from Black and female chefs focusing on foods of the African diaspora. For example, Chef Kia Damon’s Southern creole menu included rosemary lemonade (which made for an ideal bourbon cocktail), a pickle platter with pimento cheese, a comforting chicken creole with cured egg yolks, and calas - sweet rice fritters served with chicory powder and caramel sauce. Between the exceptional packaging, the thoughtful instructions for plating, and a special playlist and video message from the chef, everything about this meal feels personal - in the way that only the best restaurant meals do.
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Before you start eating at all the trendy new spots in Harlem, filling your belly with soul food at Sylvia’s needs to happen first.
The Gumbo Bros
The Gumbo Bros is a small counter-service spot in Downtown Brooklyn serving gumbo, po’ boys, and beer.
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Peppa’s Jerk Chicken
Peppa’s in Prospect Lefferts Gardens is a counter-service Caribbean spot about a block from the park.
Teranga is a counter-service West African spot that’s a great option for lunch or a casual dinner on the border of the Upper East Side and Harlem.
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