Enjoy the taste of traditional American southern cuisine at Elizabeth's Neighborhood Table. Its white picket fence, along with its hardwood floors and wooden furniture as its inner decor, create an atmosphere that recreates a feeling of being in an actual old southern home as guests enjoy dishes that have been a part of American culture for generations.
Elizabeth's Neighborhood Table utilizes nothing but local and organic foods. Elizabeth's Neighborhood Table menu features appetizers, such as jumbo lump crab cakes with apple fennel slaw and homemade herb gribiche, as well as macaroni and cheese. Some of its main entrées range between crispy fried chicken, as well as pan-seared Irish organic salmon.
Elizabeth's is a rarity: a roomy, attractive restaurant with solid food and service. And reasonable.
Have had a nice brunch of omellettes, pancakes, biscuits here before. Noted the cold coffee then also. Decided to meet a friend here today and since it was after 1pm, we both had the veggie hash w/ 2 eggs. What a terrible dish! It was a huge mound of cold kale (including a substantial amount of old, wilted, yellowed and pock-marked kale), warm red cabbage (tasted fine), and what looked like might be home fries big pieces of cold potato and onion mixed in with the kale and cabbage. The eggs were cooked well and served on top. No sauce - nothing tying this weird combo together and all for $14. Coffee was lukewarm --both servings again this time. All the servers were nice and tried very hard, coming back to see if we needed anything. Ambiance is pleasant. Prices for things seem too high. $15 for 1 Belgian waffle and then bacon on the side is additional $6.
Won't be back--such a shame.
Everything my friend and I ordered was delicious. I had a housemade Veggie Burger that was the best I've ever eaten: thick, juicy and flavorful. My friend had a Cobb Salad, which she described as "better than the usual version." Again, all ingredients were fresh and colorful. I would definitely return to sample other items on the menu.
I wish I'd known about Elizabeth's a long time ago! It is fantastic! The charming porch instead of the usual Columbus Avenue Sidewalk cafe makes you feel immediately welcome, like you've stepped into a little country inn. There's even a porch swing, where I waited happily for my lunch date, who was running a little late. The service was impeccable - friendly like the place but not hovering. Indoor ambience charming and cozy - we chose a comfy banquet. And the food! So delicious we found ourselves passing our plates back and forth! Rare to find a place with both grassfed beef and superb vegetarian choices. So glad we saved room for dessert - peach bread pudding was heavenly. Love.
My 2 friends and I had a wonderful experience. The food was fantastic and healthy. Service was nice and accommodating. We will be back.
It was a perfect brunch experience. Wonderful menu items to choose from, even for vegetarian/vegan. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Omelettes were perfect. Will be back.
It was my wife's birthday and I could not be happier with the choice I made. Elizabeth's is a gem in the city. The food is amazing and Thomas is the wizard of all chefs. The drinks were marvelous. The bartender (I wish I could remember his name) is a mad scientist of mixology. You have to try the Brooklyn Gin mixed with Uncouth Vermouth. It'll make your night. Liz you are amazing and genuine, and you have a wonderful staff working with you. It is such a great atmosphere at Elizabeth's. My family and I could not have been more pleased. We will definitely dine, laugh and drink at Elizabeth's again. We highly recommend that you do to!
We really enjoyed our evening there. We recommend this restaurant to all.
My girlfriend suggested that we go to this neighborhood spot. It looked nice and quaint so I agreed to give a try. She ordered the lambchop special and I ordered the ribs. Both were not good. We left most of our food on the plate. The ribs tasted as if they were old and the flavoring was off and her lambchop had a sweet minty taste rather than the typical salt you expect on a lambchop. Needless to say we did not stay for dessert.