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A trailblazing California chef who pioneered underground dining in San Francisco is opening a tasting menu restaurant in Harlem.
Reverence comes from chef-owner Russell Jackson, who pegs his fine dining restaurant as an homage to his California upbringing. He plans to open the tasting menu restaurant next month at 2592 Frederick Douglass Blvd., at 138th Street, on the historic Strivers’ Row.
The $98 five-course meal will focus on seafood, poultry, and vegetables, and recipes will pull from the flavors of California, which he says range from Korean and Japanese to French and Latin American. “I realized I miss cooking the food that represents my home,” he tells Eater, adding that it’s his most “personal” project.
We are a small 5 person team that will facilitate a highly specialized 5-7 course tasting menu. Long term applicants only.
profit participation, pool charge
Advanced Knife Handling
Enforcement Of Safety / Sanitation Standards
Food / Beverage Pairing
Food Handlers Certificate
Food Safety Knowledge
Up to 50 covers a night
Fine Dining, Upscale Casual