A Gospel Gathering at Ginny’s Supper Club
The Red Rooster has gotten to be kind of a hip place to eat in Harlem; it’s at 125th and Lenox Avenue. And I’ve been to a couple of fundraisers there and they now have on Sundays, from basically 11:30am to 3:30pm, a gospel brunch that is really fun. It supports “Gospel for Teens,” which is a non-profit organization that tries to keep gospel alive with teenagers, and the nine kids that I saw were just terrific. They do three separate shows: they do one at noon, one at 1:00, and one at 2:00. The brunch is a buffet with some terrific food including fried chicken and waffles, collard greens, mac and cheese, and the best-deviled eggs you’ve ever had in your life; and did I mention red velvet cake? All of this for $35 including coffee, tea, and/or a mimosa! So if you’re looking something a little different to do, get yourself up to Red Rooster, go downstairs, and have a Sunday gospel brunch. You’ll sing along, the kids are impressive, it’s a great way to spend a Sunday, and the food is great there as well. Four stars.