From Cuisine to Apps, Marcus Samuelsson Is Dedicated to Diversity | NY Times

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By JOHN L. DORMAN

Marcus Samuelsson at the Red Rooster in Harlem. (Photo: Matt Dutile)

It’s understandable if it seems as though Marcus Samuelsson never sleeps. The affable New York-based chef and restaurateur, who recharged the Harlem dining scene with his restaurant Red Rooster in 2010, recently opened its first outpost, Red Rooster Shoreditch, along with the taqueria Tienda Roosteria, in London. He now operates a total of 15 restaurant brands, from Streetbird Rotisserie, also in Harlem, to Norda Bar & Grill in Göteborg, Sweden, where he grew up. Two restaurants are planned for downtown Newark and Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

Read more: From Cuisine to Apps, Marcus Samuelsson Is Dedicated to Diversity | NY Times

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