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If there are two things that define Harlem culture, it's soul food and jazz, both of which can be found at Minton's. The supper club joined forces with now-closed sister restaurant The Cecil in early 2017 for a revamped concept focusing on Afro-Asian-American fusion cuisine and of course, live jazz. The Cecil's Joseph "JJ" Johnson heads up the kitchen, meaning you can expect his lauded oxtail dumplings and bowls of gumbo with Carolina rice. The neighborhood's musical history lives on in the decor, which features black-and-white portraits of legends like Billie Holiday and vibrant murals of 1940s jazz sessions.

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Minton's

Evan Sung

If there are two things that define Harlem culture, it's soul food and jazz, both of which can be found at Minton's. The supper club joined forces with now-closed sister restaurant The Cecil in early 2017 for a revamped concept focusing on Afro-Asian-American fusion cuisine and of course, live jazz. The Cecil's Joseph "JJ" Johnson heads up the kitchen, meaning you can expect his lauded oxtail dumplings and bowls of gumbo with Carolina rice. The neighborhood's musical history lives on in the decor, which features black-and-white portraits of legends like Billie Holiday and vibrant murals of 1940s jazz sessions.

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