When combining a farm-to-table restaurant with an aesthetically pleasing locale you get the beautiful space of ABC Kitchen. Not only is their decor pleasing to the eye, but their food is as well. Every ingredient on your plate comes from local farmers with a majority hailing from Hudson Valley. ABC Kitchen changes the way you eat with locally sourced ingredients and combines them in a way that makes you think, "why didn't I try this combination sooner?"
Ranging from grilled fish, to roasted veggie burgers and a juicy beef burger, ABC has multiple options to entice your palate.
While aware of the farm-to-table movement, ABC Kitchen was my first taste of "fresh from the farm," at least in a restaurant setting. What I enjoyed was not only the atmosphere, but ABC kitchen was able to combine multiple aesthetics (farm-to-table, modern, and rustic) with one vision: fresh, quality food that bursts with flavor--no gmos, no pesticides--just good, honest, and clean work by the farmers.
At ABC Kitchen a burger isn't just a burger, it's a burger that, from the beginning, has had care put into it. Everything at ABC is grass-fed and organic, reassuring New Yorkers that what they're putting into their body is indeed, good food. Grass-fed means exactly what it sounds like, with the animals being given a quality diet.
Farm-to-table, organic, grass-fed, non-gmo, etc, etc is not just a temporary movement--it's a movement towards the way things used to be and it's a movement towards the way things should be. Healthy and clean doesn't have to taste bland or disgusting, but at ABC Kitchen, you'll find that their seasonal menus challenge this stereotype.
ABC Kitchen can be found at
35 E. 18th street, New york, NY 10003
Have you ever had a farm-to-table experience?