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“Guess Who’s Back”
Chris Tucker Live at the Apollo Theater
Comedian and actor Chris Tucker will make a triumphant return to stand up comedy with his Guess Who’s Back Tour presented by AEG Live. As part of the tour, Tucker will take the Apollo Theater stage for two nights on Thursday, December 13 and Friday, December 14 at 8pm.
Hailed as one of the funniest comics in the industry, Tucker is no stranger to the Apollo stage. At the beginning of his career, Tucker performed at Apollo’s legendary Amateur Night and would come back o the Theater several times throughout his career including as host of the Apollo’s Annual Spring Gala in 2007. This performance will mark the comedian/actor’s first time headlining a show at the legendary Theater.
Tickets are $49.50 and $69.50 and are available at www.apollotheater.org; in person at the Apollo Theater Box Office, 125th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues; over the phone at 212/531-5305 or (800) 745-3000; and on www.ticketmaster.com.
3183 Broadway (at 125th Street)
New York, NY 10027 MAP
Jin Ramen Came to Harlem USA!
Jin Ramen is located right next to the subway exit 125th Street. It has a very hip, bustling vibe, open kitchen, and friendly staff. Even chef Marcus Samuelsson’s website mentioned this place, which was impressive.
The things I liked most about this restaurant are that it brings ramen to West Harlem and that it is very reasonably priced.
-Shoyu Ramen ($10)—
Served with slices of braised pork belly, a boiled egg, bamboo shoots, roasted seaweed, and scallions.
I don’t think that the noodles or the broth are as good as those at Totto Ramen or Ippudo. Yet I still give this place major props for opening up in Harlem.
(But if I were ever in the mood for truly excellent ramen I would go to “Tabata” near Port Authority – 540 9th Avenue at 40th Street.)