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A Bold New Restaurant’s Closing Is Swift, Surprising, and Oddly Silent
J.J. Johnson’s restaurant was among the city’s best, most original new spots. Its closing feels strangely unsettling.
A Harlem Chef Returns to the Neighborhood That Made Him
“I hope FieldTrip becomes a cult,” chef J.J. Johnson says of his new venture. “And that people in other communities are like, ‘We need this here.’”
One of NYC’s Most Talented Chefs Just Surprise-Opened His New Restaurant
J.J. Johnson’s African-focused cuisine lands in Nomad’s Life Hotel.
Chef J.J. Johnson Shares Details on His New Rice-Focused Restaurant
The Harlem chef wants to create a fast-casual spot that’s community-oriented.
the grub street diet
Chef J.J. Johnson Starts His Day With Eggnog Waffles
“I think this is the best brunch in Harlem.”
Why the Cecil in Harlem — One of NYC’s Most Celebrated Restaurants — Will Close
Acclaimed chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson will shift his focus to nearby Minton’s.
The Cecil’s Menu Makeover
“I want the culinary world to know that Afro-Asian-American cooking is not one-dimensional.”
Watch the Cecil’s JJ Johnson Discuss Harlem’s Food Scene and His
Grub Street’s Sierra Tishgart interviewed him for ‘CBS This Morning.’