About David Burke Kitchen
David Burke Kitchen pays homage to the craft of cooking and sharing hearty, rustic American food. Its artisan menu items are inspired by morning visits to the green market and what is freshest in the region, prepared with creativity and refined technique. The result is a dining experience that is truly of-the-moment, authentic and regional. Kitchen celebrates the integrity of ingredients at their peak, prepared with a deft hand and served alongside the finest wines and spirits.
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday 7:00am-11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:00am-5:00pm
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday 11:00am-5:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Wednesday 5:00pm-10:00pm, Thursday - Saturday 5:00pm-11:00pm
$31 to $50
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Varick Street Garage, 360 West Broadway
Icon Parking Systems, 114 Varick Street
Central Parking System, 45-47 Dominic Street
A, C, E, J, N. Q, R, Z, 1, 6: Canal Street Stations
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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David Burke Kitchen's interior is inspired by the surrounding neighborhood, and blends the cool, industrial simplicity of SoHo's airy lofts with the rustic warmth of a country abode. The restaurant's multi-level spaces offer several different ways to experience Chef Whitaker's playful menu. From rehearsal dinners, weddings and bachelorette parties to corporate events, David Burke Kitchen is the ideal spot for your next special event. Contact email@example.com to learn more!
David Burke Kitchen brings creative, inventive culinary style to downtown New York. Focusing on wholesome and hearty modern American food, David Burke Kitchen combines locally-sourced ingredients and presents them in a creative and whimsical style.
David Burke Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
We keep coming back to David Burke Kitch ...
We keep coming back to David Burke Kitchen for Restaurant Week - it is the best in NYC! Service was above and beyond, my mother ordered something that she didn't expect and ended up disliking, but our server quickly reassured us it wasn't a problem and brought our a new dish for her right away. Just spectacular. The Sommelier was fantastic, offering us appropriate wines for our taste and price range. The food was exceptional, as always. Never a bad meal at David Burke Kitchen. Very highly recommended!
I thought that for the price, neither th ...
I thought that for the price, neither the food nor the service was particularly great. However, it was still a good meal, I would just go elsewhere if looking to spend $80+ on a dinner with a drink or two.
Fish was great, appetizers were medicore
Outstanding service and food. Rare that ...
Outstanding service and food. Rare that pastry chef will come out and introduce herself and make something special plus she knew what funnelcakes are. Our waiter was outstanding- Damon . Plus the treats at the end in tin containers were nice and made for an incredible evening. Very relaxing place-unprenentious.
I came to David Burke Kitchen for restau ...
I came to David Burke Kitchen for restaurant week brunch, and everything was great. It seems weird to rave about a salad, but all of us agreed that the kale and chicory salad with blue cheese was the best thing we ate. Cocktails are good, but pricey (I guess that's the norm for SoHo) - $15 for a mimosa and up to $18 for other cocktails. I might come again for a pre-fix, but personally find the everyday prices too high for what you get.
It is a shame that although the food and ...
It is a shame that although the food and service were decent, when a server spilled sauce/ grease on my suit jacket there were no discounts or any sort of accommodations offered. You would think a manager would react in such a way no questions asked, especially considering the item tarnished is worth more than the meal itself.
It was just okay. Our main took a really ...
It was just okay. Our main took a really long time to arrive, and when it did, my burger was under-seasoned. My friend's salmon was under-seasoned too, and the skin was soggy, which is a first time. The restaurant week deal would have been worth it if the food were better, but I probably wouldn't come here paying full-price, sorry. Sidenote: considered ordering drinks for lunch, but a cocktail was $18, whereas a 3-course lunch was $29, so I really couldn't justify to myself spending $18 on a drink.
For a restaurant week I figured food be ...
For a restaurant week I figured food be amazing. My friend and I were not happy with the starter or the main course. We were like for a restaurant week it would be good to try it out that way the restaurant can bring the people back. I would not go back or my friend. The only thing good was the dessert. I can make better salmon and had better salmon at some other restaurants.
Overall the place is nice and energetic. ...
Overall the place is nice and energetic. Food is good...I have the grilled salmon cooked medium rare over a bed of Veggies and I think nuts. But my friend who went for restaurant week menu and picked the seared scallops weren't too impressed with not just the food taste but the price. Having to pay an extra $15 on top of the prix fix price is not worth it considering there are so many places with similar or better quality of food without the need to pay extra on top of the prix fix price. So boo to that.
Let me first that the food at David Burk ...
Let me first that the food at David Burke's is hands delicious. Service is good. My friends and I went for restaurant week. For this do have a large menu. My issue is that almost every item had an up charge with it. We were a bit surprised the least as this is counter intuitive to whole idea of restaurant week. We have gone here several times in the past, but I definitely rethink if we go again.
Service was awful. At start nice greeti ...
Service was awful. At start nice greeting, take your time with drinks. Food was very good, presentation excellent. Desert was rushed. We received our bill on the table while still eating desert. Someone needed to turn the table, ha?
Great dinner but very cold at our table ...
Great dinner but very cold at our table and the entrees came out rather slow. We were all almost shivering. The drinks were great and the apps were amazing. Entrees were nothing life changing but good. Dessert was spectacular especially its presentation.
Disappointing. Not sure if this is simp ...
Disappointing. Not sure if this is simply due to restaurant week but having dined here previously, I expected more. The lovely pickle and breadstick basket was missing. Most of the selection had a hefty surcharge attached. Neither the salmon nor the hamburger was up to previous standard.
The service here was AMAZING! Everyone w ...
The service here was AMAZING! Everyone was cheery and humorous. Had a great dining experience and great deal on the price fix menu. The outdoor seating is phenomenal with views of the One World Trade Center as well as perfect decor, feels like you're truly in a treehouse!
We took advantage of the Restaurant Week ...
We took advantage of the Restaurant Week menu having had enjoyed it last summer.
We order the tomato watermelon gazpacho with lump crabmeat, the kale and chicory salad and the asparagus and Brie. This was followed by the Bronzino served over sautéed spinach, the seared scallops, the rack of lamb and the duck breast . Each dish was presented well and each was prepared well.
For desserts there was Valrhona truffle cake which had an intense chocolate flavor, a vanilla bean panna cotta and the macerated market berries with st. Germain liqueur and sheeps milk yogurt. The latter was too tart for me.
A tea and a beer were additionally ordered.
As supplements were added on to some of the choices the bill was greater than the Restaurant Week price. We were aware of it before ordering.
The food experience was great as was the service and the comfort and appearance of the room.
SHIVER & SHOUT & EATWELL--A typical Davi ...
SHIVER & SHOUT & EATWELL--A typical David Burke experience----More Downtown in ambiance than the defunct Fishtail and Townhouse. The food was good, plated decoratively, and the waiter was as attentive in a fully packed restaurant. A great evening was hampered by a freezing room & loud noise level.
This is such an amazing restaurant. The ...
This is such an amazing restaurant. The wine list is vibrant. The food menu has so many options to choose from and each dish is delicious on its on right. My friends and I enjoyed our dinner, drinks, and dessert. The pastry chef was very nice, she gave us a free sample of treats, which were super delicious by the way. This is place is truly a gem and we will be back to sample some tasty dishes.
The place is magical , very friendly sta ...
The place is magical , very friendly staff
I loved the outdoors,
Plenty to choose from in the menus
It was lunch for us and I was shocked that the portions were very large , and of course we ate it all, it was very good , and the little left we even had it packed to take home .
We were pretty full that day , it was our fault eating uncontrollably ,
In that case I would have liked a little smaller portions .
Thank you so much and will definitely come again . Ruth
We stayed at the James and having brunch ...
We stayed at the James and having brunch here was the natural choice. Loved the quail egg donuts, great Bloody Mary, huge portions of salmon, and excellent eggs Benedict! It is NYC so it was pricey, but worth it and thank you for the kind service!
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