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New York Magazine
This much roomier spinoff of the venerable Tribeca comfort-food cottage and its expanded dinner menu might be reasons for the owners to reconsider the “ette” part of the name. But the food and the country-kitchen décor are as small-town quaint as ever. There are peach pancakes, salmon-croquette sandwiches, blue-plate specials, and homemade pie.
— Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld
Recommended Dishes
Turkey meatloaf, baked four-cheese macaroni

New York Magazine
You cannot beat the baked goods from Kitchenette, particularly the mixed-berry pie. As for dinner itself, simple is better, usually. For example, the Caesar salad has a hint of anchovy as tradition warrants. Aromatic oven-roasted garlic fries are a nice complement to the sandwiches.
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If you crave cherry pie, try Kitchenette's flaky, pleasingly acerbic year-round standard.
— Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld
Recommended Dishes
Mixed berry pancakes, caesar salad, turkey meatloaf

The New York Times
This formerly tiny restaurant was known for its breakfasts when it occupied a space barely bigger than its counter on the east side of West Broadway. Now it is in bigger quarters on the west side of the street, but the breakfasts are as good as ever with such standouts as light, thin orange-and-poppy-seed waffles, wonderful blueberry pancakes and terrific biscuits and scones. Everything is fresh, hearty and flavorful, made with care rather than mass-produced. This is especially true of the pies. Current choices include pumpkin, double-crust apple and sour cream cherry.

Daily News
The chocolate cupcake filled and stitched with peanut butter cream is one of New York's greatest eating thrills.
Daniel Young

The New York Times
The food is comfortable, the desserts divine, and you can have breakfast all day. For lunch to be consumed back at the desk, the half sandwich with soup is almost always satisfying (the gazpacho on hot days is unrivaled in the neighborhood) and turkey meatloaf makes a sad day happy. Carrot cake and cookies are a must buy.

 

 

 

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