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Monday, March 25, 2013

The Redhead


If you want some savory Southern style cooking, you can hop on a plane and head South or you can hop on a subway and make a pit stop at The Redhead.  The service is completely on point, makes sense, I would say the restaurant has a maximum of 40 seats.  As for the eats, Chef Meg Grace hits the nail on the redhead with buttermilk fried chicken cooked to perfection locking that juice right in!  I highly recommend the crispy cauliflower served with a green goddess hollandaise (something I would never order on my own that was absolutely amazing!).  And you don't want to miss out on the house made bacon peanut brittle, "because everything is better with bacon".

crispy cauliflower with green goddess hollandaise $7


housemade soft pretzels served withe Kentucky style beer cheese $9 
buttermilk fried chicken with bourbon baked beans, pickled vegetables and ranch $19
low country shrimp with Anson Mills Antebellum grits and andouille sausage sm $12 lg $18 
braised beef short rib, baby carrot confit, dates, wheat berries, red wine jus $25
hazelnut banana upside down cake with chocolate ganache and malted ice cream $8 
hot chocolate car bomb stout beer, jameson, baileys marshmallow $10
Bacon Peanut Brittles "because everything's better with bacon"  $5 Take a bag home $6



The Redhead
T. 212.533.6212
E. info@theredheadnyc.com
349 E. 13th Street
NY NY 10003
http://theredheadnyc.com/about-us/
Open for dinner ONLY
Monday-Saturday 5:30pm-11pm
Sunday 5pm-10pm
Late night menu available Monday-Saturday 11pm-1am
Parties of 5-10 guests can reserve for 5:30pm-6:30pm reservations
No reservations accepted after 6:30pm no matter the size of the party
Credit Cards Accepted

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