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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.
New York, NY 10013
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
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A, C, E, J, N. Q, R, Z, 1, 6: Canal Street Stations
Banquet, Bar Dining, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
I ordered the halibut. It arrived as a thin filet that did not resemble any halibut I have ever had in my life. A few ramps, maybe some mushrooms- forty-five dollars. The prices are way out of line with what you get. We eat out everywhere in Manhattan and rarely do I feel ripped off like I did after this meal. Stay clear.
This has to be the most disappointing meal in quite a while. The main dining room was booked for a private gathering and we were forced to eat our brunch upstairs. The staff was mainly concerned with the private party and we were kinda ignored. The yogurt with granola was good enough, but the egg, cheese, sliced link sausage and muffin thing was awful. The coffee actually got cold, really cold while we waited for our waiter to reappear. Lousy...we won't make this mistake again.
Great food with a creative flair and the lunch price fixe is an amazing deal. My only complaint is that the first course was a salad (fantastic) and then my sandwich came with a house salad on the side. A few house-made chips or fries would have been preferable at that point! In any case, it's a neighborhood treasure and I will be back.
I tried this place for a get-together with an old friend. The room is pleasant, intentionally minimal, I suppose, in keeping with the rather trendy farm-sourced menu. The staff couldn't be friendlier, and the managers are clearly evident seeing that everything runs smoothly. The a la carte menu is incredibly expensive, but there is a $29 prix fixe for 3 courses that's really a good deal (though be warned, many items have an extra charge). The food can be superb (e.g., the sea bass, beautifully done), but also what I'd call Brooklyn-trendy (the Caesar salad, for example, is made with kale and some kind of lettuce that isn't romaine or iceberg - - the concoction does not go well with the dressing, which is very good in itself, and does not taste like a Caesar salad should). Among the desserts, share the cheesecake lollipops. They are over-the-top delicious.
The food and service are very good but buy drinks here at your peril. My recent brunch for three with one drink each, sparkling water and two cups of coffe each came to $165, slightly less than half of which was for food! My very average Bloody Mary, at $18, cost more than my entree. Better value for equal food can be readily found all over the city.
The service was amazing and the atmosphere was great. The waitstaff were knowledgable and friendly and the food was delicious. It wasn't an inexpensive lunch, we had appetizers, 2 entrees and a bottle of wine and with tip came out to about $170, so it should be a special occasion when you go there but it was well worth it. I have paid more and received less.
We returned to celebrate sister's 74th Birthday... Well, despite it being a quiet night (last night of a 3-day weekend in NYC), the service and friendliness was sufficient to not let us notice... Our server and bartender was superb! Great drinks, great food and outstanding service! All guests happy and satisfied... Love good service with a smile! Thanks for a wonderful celebration! We'll be back...
The food was out of this universe good. The chef was kind enough to give us a complimentary sampler and it was amazing. I highly recommend the truffle mash... I literally did a happy dance. Lighting was perfect, nothing was cold, no long, attentive service. We were in heaven and then in hell after eating everything like animals. But I regret nothing! Please please please get the monkey bread and cheesecake lollipops, you won't regret it!
Great food, with some inventive dishes, but really not sure if it is worth the $. Food is kind of one note - VERY VERY RICH.
The beautiful upstairs room is not always open so make sure to call and inquire before booking! The downstairs dining room is lovely but no windows and pales in comparison to the upstairs window filled room with great views and uncovered in summer.
The service was very attentive and the restaurant was very quiet, but we were there at 5:30 on a Saturday evening. As good customers of other David Burke restaurants, we received an extra first course we had not ordered, but that we had discussed with the waiter. My bison steak was very tasty and my wife liked her scallops very much. Being only a block from the subway, it is very convenient to dine at this restaurant.
Great service overall. The food was good; service and management staff were very attentive. It was the last day of NYC winter restaurant week. I like the fact that I could order anything on the menu and only pay a supplemental charge. I will definitely be back.
This restaurant was delicious!! We went for Restaurant Week and was surprised by the many choices offered on the special menu. It felt like a real menu rather than an abridged menu. The portions were very generous as well. I have not been to any other restaurant week meal as satisfying and generous ( and I've been to many). The food was delicious as sometimes it can be compromised during the promotion. The service excellent and we were not rushed though we overstayed lunch time hours.I will be back regardless of of the discount of restaurant week
I went here for Restaurant Week. The portions were very generous and you can actually order the entire menu, however, some of the dishes have a supplement added to them if you are there for Restaurant Week. The staff was very nice and the food was amazing, definitely recommend this place.
We ate brunch here for restaurant week and had such a wonderful time. The restaurant itself is beautiful and calming, and other than my baked eggs being overdone, our dishes were delicious and came out quickly. Our servers were especially attentive and friendly, too. This is a sophisticated option for a date or to grab a high-quality meal with friends.
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