NEW YORK – Tribeca's Kitchen, 200 Church Street in Manhattan, the aptly named neighborhood favorite, is finally debuting its new re-conceptualized American menu and ambitiously remodeled interior space on February 17.
At the eatery, you'll see the chef engaged with customers as he welcomes them not only into this new exceptionally designed space, but also back to the New York of yore — where the chef is your friend and the owner asks about your kid. It's this level of hospitality that makes this 'Kitchen' much more like a home.
The dinner and brunch menus were crafted by Executive Chef Jack Logue (formerly of Michelin starred eateries Clocktower and Betony). The menu marries the best of what attracts diners to classic American eateries with the inventiveness expected of a Tribeca haunt.
Dinner highlights include Maine Scallop Crudo to Tagliatelle with sea urchin and Tavern Mac & Cheese with braised ox cheek, along with steaks, comforting desserts, and a children's menu. Fresh bread is baked from scratch on the premises. For the poultry enthusiast, there's the Chicken Meant for Two, which includes chicken served five ways — from liver mousse to upscale nuggets.
Highlights from the brunch menu include House Smoked Pastrami with apple kimchi on marble rye, Chicken & Waffles with hot honey and a refined Omelette with prosciutto, leek, bell pepper and gruyere.
Beverage Director Tom Garvin has created a menu that features both healthful juices and cocktails that range from the elderflower foam and absinthe infused Top Shelf+Two Dollars to the guava and rose water hinted vodka-based Part Time Model.
Tribeca's Kitchen is now owned by Andy Koutsoudakis Jr., who takes the helm from his father, stalwart community restaurateur Andy Koutsoudakis Sr., who passed away last year. Visitors are encouraged to use the hashtag #LoveLikeAndy to commemorate Andy Sr.'s legacy.
Tribeca’s Kitchen’s approach towards values and service is inspired by the Greek word philoxenia, which roughly translates to the ability to be a “friend of a stranger.” The restaurant takes pride in its great hospitality evident through its unforgettable food and drinks, superb service, and crave-able ambiance.
The venue features predominately black, white, yellow and matte gold accents, with a stately but time-honored aesthetic.
Tribeca's Kitchen is open Wednesday, February 17 onward, Tuesday-Saturday from 5-10 PM for dinner and will expand to include weekend brunch service on Saturday, February 27. Saturday brunch runs from 11 AM-2:30 PM and Sunday service is held from 11 AM- 4 PM. Dinner is not served on Sundays. Extended hours with lunch service to come.
More information is available by phone: 212-227-5100 and online: https://www.tribecaskitchen.com.