Saturday Brunch at The Cecil – Harlem

There’s nothing quite like Saturday Brunches with your girls.This Saturday in NYC it was cold and raining but we still decided to get together and have a brunch to catch up!

We made our way to a close neighborhood restaurant call the Cecil.

The Cecil, created by New York businessman
Richard Parsons and noted restaurateur and chef Alexander Smalls, is New
York City’s first Afro-Asian-American brasserie.

Inspired by the travels, exploration and study
of the African Diaspora of Chef Smalls, The Cecil will offer a global
adventure in tastes and flavors as diverse and dynamic as the community
in which the restaurant resides.  Its goal is to connect communities
through food, comfort and hospitality.

I love catching up with these beautiful women as it’s always so inspiring hearing their stories and all the amazing entrepreneurial ideas they have up their sleeves. As we swapped stories and sipped on Pineapple Coconut Champagne cocktails we laughed, reminisced and most importantly cheered each other on.


Roti Pizza Oxtail, Aged Cheddar, Fried Egg

Brisket & Eggs Fried Rice, Duck Egg , Hoisin

Asian Pork Omelet Herbs, Gruyère cheese, Chinese Pork Sausage

Brisket & Eggs Fried Rice, Duck Egg , Hoisin

If you have a taste for extroniary food in a relaxed, comforting atmosphere, I highly recommend The Cecil. The food is out of this world good and the service is even better! 

Stop by & treat yourself! 


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