Inspired by classic Harlem diners a nineseat counter curves around the back of the restaurant and faces the open kitchen

Inspired by classic Harlem diners, a nine-seat counter curves around the back of the restaurant and faces the open kitchen.

Marcus Samuelsson opens Streetbird Rotisserie

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James Beard Award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson took Harlem by storm when he opened Red Rooster in December 2010, naming his new restaurant after a legendary Harlem speakeasy. He installed his own speakeasy of sorts, Ginny’s Supper Club, in the lower level. Two months ago the chef cemented his love for the neighborhood with a new, funky “kitchenette,” just down the street, called Streetbird Rotisserie.

The focus of the 68-seat restaurant is its namesake—rotisserie chicken—adorn

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