Time Out says
This Harlem restaurant and bar serves updated American fare for brunch, lunch and dinner. The dinner menu features plenty of comfort foods, like short rib mac and cheese ($16), fried chicken with braised greens and smashed potatoes ($27) and a “big ass” burger topped with blue cheese, a fried egg, barbecue sauce, sauteed onions and mushrooms, onion rings, lettuce and tomatoes ($27). Lighter options include a watermelon and feta salad ($14) and pan-roasted red snapper with asparagus ($28). True to the restaurant’s name, you can also indulge your sweet tooth with chocolate-y desserts like molten lava cake and chocolate–peanut butter pie ($10 each). You can even sip a red velvet or dark chocolate martini ($14 each). Chocolat also offers a full wine list, domestic beers and a full bar.
2223 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
|Price:||Average Entree: $18|
|Opening hours:||Mon – Thurs 11am–11pm; Fri 11am–3am; Sat 10am–3am; Sun 10am–10pm; Sat & Sun Brunch 10am–4pm|
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