Ginny's Supper Club

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310 Malcolm X Blvd (at W 126th St)
New York, NY 10027
(212) 421-3821
Comfort Food, Jazz Club, Southern / Soul
$ $ $
Mon–Wed: 6:00 PM–10:00 PM Thu: 7:00 PM–2:00 AM Fri–Sat: 6:00 PM–3:00 AM Sun: 10:30 AM–12:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Dark, sexy, and unexpected....and that's the crowd! The bar ain't bad if you can get a seat and ignore the door admission. Always something going on. The real vibe happens here (under the Red Rooster)
  • Try the Ellison - Vodka, Bitters, Berries
  • Must check this place out before or after going to Red Rooster. Fun time and great music talent
  • Great music, great food and wonderful service!
  • Such a fun amazing homey atmosphere. Food is to die for especially the cornbread and Mac and cheese! Don't go if you are looking to count calories.
  • Introducing Ginny's, a Harlem music and literary scene beneath Red Rooster that serves deft cocktails and five-spice duck breast alongside Afro-Brazilian jams...
  • Go for gospel brunch. Mama Vy is a hero.
  • The food, the music, the cocktails, it's all perfection. And if you don't order the chicken & waffles I'll never speak to you again.
  • Sexy 1930's style speakeasy. The food is great, albeit, a little pricey. Cocktails run about $15...but it was a wildly fun evening. Turns into a dance party after the show!
  • Sip Harlem Mules and listen to Roberta Flack or the Rakiem Walker Project downstairs at Red Rooster.
  • The 1920's speakeasy-inspired supper club found in the basement of Red Rooster.
  • Everything was great! The yardbird.. Mashed potatoes.. Cornbread... And the music was awesome!!!!
  • Taste the roots of Southern cuisine at a stylish, creative bistro.
  • Usd 40 for the gospel brunch ( 20 min of high pitched voices, 10 min of honoring the birthday of the audience) seems slightly overrated.
  • The dinner was amazing, I had the yard bird and the Canadian Bacon.
  • Right below Red Rooster, Ginnys is a retro supper club featuring Latin and jazz nights, plus in-demand post-church brunches.
  • So much fun!
  • Take the late show dinner reservation and stay for the after hours party. Cornbread was especially good. This was the jerk chicken. Not too spicy.
  • My favorite place to see a bit of big band jazz in my neighborhood ? Great staff and great music
  • Talented singers aged 13 to 19 entertain and delight Sunday brunch crowds with their high-energy gospel singing. Reservations are required. Note that volume levels can get quite loud. Buffet served.