Summer decided to come back in the form of ninety degrees this past weekend. I was looking forward to the lower temps but let me enjoy more warm weather before it all goes away.
I was in Harlem to get my hair braided and before I made the trek to Brooklyn decided to get a quick bite to eat.
Now let me tell you I’m not really familiar with that area at all. I know how to get to 125th to my braiding spot and then back on the A train to Brooklyn to get home. Dassit.
My hunger wouldn’t allow me to stomach a train ride home without food after my hair was done. I had to find something immediately!
I wanted to go to Lolo’s Seafood Shack but it wasn’t opened yet. Instead, I ended up at Streetbird Rotisserie for brunch.
The service was fast and friendly. The food got to my table fast, almost too fast. I didn’t like what I ordered so I won’t be discussing food but I’m willing to go back to try another item in the future. I’d rather do that instead of bashing the restaurant after only one visit.
Can we talk about this drink? This was my first time trying a frosé. Look at me trying to be all current and trendy! I have zero complaints about it. This cocktail was much needed and appreciated on a hot fall day.
The restaurant has a really ecletic vibe to it. The atmosphere is chill and laid-back. The crowd was diverse and I like that. Also the playlist was mostly R&B and soul music from the 60s and 70s. That’s one of my favorite eras of music so I loved that.
Streetbird Rotisserie is located at 2149 Frederick Douglas Blvd in the city. The the C train to the 116th Street stop. For more information check out their website here.