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2, 3 at 116th St.
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This venue is closed.
You can’t run a respectable multimillion-dollar arts-and-culture hub these days without offering your patrons something good to eat. Thus, we have Harvist, an 130-seat restaurant at My Images Studios (MIST) in Harlem that seems to want to pick up where Red Rooster left off. The woman in charge, Cassandra Quinlan-Ashford, has worked for Floyd Cardoz at Tabla and Bill Telepan at Judson Grill. Her most important inspiration, though, must be her South Carolina grandmother, as evidenced by dishes like shrimp and grits and a red-velvet soufflé. Which isn’t to say the menu lacks international flair: There’s also berbere filet mignon and osso buco, not to mention a raw-kale salad.
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