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Minton's

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  • Harlem
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  1. Photograph: Zandy Mangold
    Photograph: Zandy Mangold

    Smoked ribs at Minton's

  2. Photograph: Zandy Mangold
    Photograph: Zandy Mangold

    Buttermilk biscuits at Minton's

  3. Photograph: Zandy Mangold
    Photograph: Zandy Mangold

    Skillet cornbread at Minton's

  4. Photograph: Zandy Mangold
    Photograph: Zandy Mangold

    Buttermilk biscuits, skillet cornbread, rib toast and and crispy fish at Minton's

  5. Photograph: Zandy Mangold
    Photograph: Zandy Mangold

    Minton's  

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Time Out says

The Cecil—The Afro-Asian-American curiosity that won chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson a good deal of acclaim since opening three years ago—seemed to be yet another casualty of 2016 when the team announced its closure by year’s end. But those oxtail dumplings and the collard-green salad live on next door at its sibling Minton’s, the famed Harlem jazz club which is not only absorbing the Cecil’s square footage (it will serve as an event space) but also some of its menu favorites. Johnson cooks dishes like braised pork shank with coconut stone-ground grits and short-rib toast with pickled okra to the sound of live jazz performances during dinner and weekend brunch. 

Details

Address:
206 W 118th St
NY
10026
Cross street:
between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd (Seventh Ave) and St. Nicholas Ave
Transport:
Subway: B, C to 116th St
Price:
Average main course: $26
Opening hours:
Wed–Fri 6–11pm; Sat, Sun noon–3pm, 6–11pm
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