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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
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
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
Private Party Facilities:
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.
Private Party Contact:
Melissa Camp: (917) 746-9688
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
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 Ratings and Reviews
We really enjoyed our meals at The David Burke Kitchen. The menu was varied enough for all tastes, and the food was very good. The restaurant has a good vibe and a relaxed atmosphere. I had read other reviews critical of the professionalism of the wait staff. If this is most important to you then you may be disappointed. But, the atmosphere and quality of the food was most important to our group and we were not disappointed.
This is a really good restaurant! I usually do not like carrot, but the side which is honey baby carrot is really great! The appetizer oyster is so delicious that we ordered two. The cocktail is nice as well. I like the waitress here, because we didn't know what to order so asked her for advise, and the food she recommended are so delicious!
This restaurant has a wonderful outdoor garden space -- unfortunately, there are no vegan friendly options on the menu (Broccoli with cheese sauce? No... Just NO.)
It is unfortunate that a restaurant in a HOTEL in the most progressive city in the world has such an archaic view of cuisine.
We arrived and found the dining room closed and were directed to the "garden" (outside bar/terrace with tables), which was the only option available for seating. We approached the host who was on his phone and literally jumped and yelled when he noticed us standing there. He joked about us not really needing a reservation (no one else was there at 8:00pm in NYC) and seated us at a table. We began looking over the menu while my husband chose a bottle of wine (he asked the server if the wine he chose was good and he said, "How would I know? We have like 200 wines here." While waiting for him to bring the wine, the weather was turning fairly chilly and then the wind picked up. We sat there a few minutes and realized this was only going to get worse so we got up and let the host know it was just too chilly to have to sit outside so we'd just find some other place for dinner. The entire atmosphere screamed "This restaurant will soon be closed for good." I like David Burke and was very disappointed with this experience.
This is one of the best places to bring friends and family! We had a fantastic meal with great drinks, and cuisine. There is something for everyone on the menu, yet everything is high quality and has fantastic flavor. You will never have "just chicken" here. Staff is friendly and helpful as well. Great overall experience one of the best in the city.
We discussed how perfect the day was. Now the weather was just right to sit outside under the umbrella. Our waiter was adorable very personable and efficient. For me, it is sometimes difficult to find choices I enjoy but there were at least 3 is I would have loved to order.
we made the mistake of ordering steak at a non steakhouse and was disappointed. i felt so rushed to place our order . we were seated and given the menu for maybe 5 min and was asked three times if we're ready. and when we weren't ready to place our dessert order we were told we had to place it then and there since we were there for restaurant week and the guy said "okay order this" and he kept tapping his pen like he was annoyed we weren't ready. he continues to make a comment and when i retorted to his comment he tried to be funny and told me to relax and enjoy my dinner. horrible service! i don't think i will be returning to this restaurant anytime soon. way too many options in nyc to return. there was a $25 supplement for the steak when i was told on the phone that it was $15. and when i asked about one of the dessert the waiter said loudly that there's a $10 supplement . i can read that there's a $10 supplement, i wasn't asking about the price i was asking about the dessert. so of course we ordered something haphazardly and it was maybe the worst dessert i have ever had and any restaurant. it's summer but they managed to find the most un-ripped peach in nyc. it was just not good and no one should order it especially for the price! the cheesecake lollipop was good and was the reason why i did return , but i don't think it's good enough for me to return for a third time.
Took a friend here for his birthday. We had the Restaurant Week menu and really enjoyed the whole thing. Service was nice yet casual enough to feel comfortable. Food was well presented, and more importantly tasty.
Overall a great choice for a special occasion.
Top notch dining indoor and out
Our second recent visit to DB was a birthday lunch
Seated outdoors in an airy, large and pleasant space on a terrace above the main restaurant, the Reataurant Week menu offered ample choices at great value. We had baked oysters,whitefish salad and cheeseburger, all perfectly done and presented. The greeting and waitstaff were all friendly and helpful. A fine choice of wines by the glass complimented the lunch. We had delicious berries and chocolate mousse for desert.
Looking forward to our next visit.
Restaurant week. Obviously the restaurant doesn't care. Food was decent admittedly. But service was atrocious. Sat for over 25 minutes without getting a drink order in. Table seated 10 minutes after us had appetizers before we had a drink on the table. Honestly, if you are annoyed by restaurant week crowds, don't offer RW menus.
Went for a girlfriends day out during restaurant week. Ate in the upstairs outdoor dining area. View of city was fantastic! We almost felt like we were in a different place - no street noise. Server was very helpful & attentive. Great value for a 3 course lunch & food was delicious!
Food was excellent, only 4 stars for service since we felt very rushed by the pace of service. We went on a Monday night in the summer and the restaurant was not busy. Each course came out so quickly we hardly had time to talk (which was the real purpose of meeting up).
We went to David Burke's Kitchen for my husband's birthday and I had noted that when I made our reservation. I had asked them to add a candle to dessert but they didn't do anything - they brought our dessert out (we were sharing) but no candle. The waitress also didn't bring two spoons! Finally, when we got our check, I realized that they had charged us for a BOTTLE of red wine - not the GLASS that my husband had with his steak! The waitress revised the check but made no effort to "fix" the mistake - I've seen restaurants comp a glass or even a meal for something like that. The bottle was about 5x more than the glass - and if I hadn't realized, I would have tipped on the much higher amount as well. Overall, between ignoring my birthday request and then that mistake on the bill, I wasn't impressed. The food was very good and the location worked for us given meetings I was having in that area but I am not sure I would go back.
We went there for NYC Restaurant week (reservations for 13pm done through Open Table). We were sited and a menu was offered, but when we tried to order (3 course prix-fixe), the waiter sad that the menu that was given to us (Lunch) was incorrect and shall be replaced for other (Brunch), even if the first menu had the statement of Prix-Fixe course on it. Very disappointing. Despite this, food was good. Will not return.
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