Dine Like Cardi B at Lower Manhattan’s Brooklyn Chop House
Last year, Cardi B and Offset left a $1,400 tip on a dinner bill at Lower Manhattan’s Brooklyn Chop House. That is one surefire way to support one of the neighborhood’s Black-owned businesses — but if you’re not a successful hip-hop power couple, you can still support the Chop House this Black History Month — or any time of year — by ordering up and down its menu of Asian-inspired steakhouse cuisine that you won’t find anywhere else.
The selection inside the 150 Nassau Street dining room is extensive and hearty, heavy on steakhouse fare crossed with Asian standards. That means dumplings filled with lamb meat, lobster, French onion soup or reuben; plus a selection of Satay dishes and the standard steakhouse offerings of filet mignon, ribs and pork chops.
The Chop House is owned by Robert “Don Pooh” Cummins, a music industry veteran who worked with Mary J. Blige, Jay-Z and Nas. If Cardi can say “I Like It” to the restaurant, odds are you will, too.
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