Nice place to eat for breakfast type food. Good for families with small children. Everyone was friendly.
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My husband and I really enjoyed this restaurant last time we were in Manhattan. I was getting geared up for the French Toast for over a week before our trip. Sadly, we went by last weekend and the restaurant has closed.
Wonderful diner food! Small seating area, so expect a wait. Best cheese grits you'll find around here. Worth the wait!
I had breakfast here with my girlfriend twice when we were in New York for a week recently (June 2015). The portions are huge and filling, the cookies and cakes are great too, and the staff is super-friendly! I've been to the Kitchenette up in...More
Went for breakfast. What a cute place. Food was excellent and the service was great, very friendly and efficient.
I wanted to take my son out for lunch and had noticed a sign in the window of Kitchenette that they would close at the end of June. We enjoyed a farewell lunch of amazing comfort food. The manager explained the influx of people downtown...More
Funky - busy - unusual brunch menu - good food, service fine if a bit detached. Prices were good and the selection is excellent. Grits were amazing - eggs, meh.
I had been so looking forward to coming here and when I opened the door and saw the interior I was even more excited. It's decorated so well However, the service was just so below par that it put a dampener on the experience. The...More
Kitchenette will be closing soon as their lease will be over, so this review may no longer be useful. I will say that the blueberry pancakes were very good but at a price of $14, they better be! The cappuccino didn't have a rich taste...More