Bleecker Kitchen & Co.
Mon.-Wed., 8 a.m.-11 p.m.; Thu.-Sat., 8 a.m.-midnight; Sun., 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
Nearby Subway Stops
6 at Bleecker St.; B, D, F, M at Broadway-Lafayette St.; N, R at Prince St.
$16 - $25
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Brunch - Daily
- Dine at the Bar
- Good for Groups
- Full Bar
Grand St. to E. 10th St., Second Ave. to Sixth Ave.
- Order Delivery with grubhub.com
Located in a boxy corner space where Bleecker Street meets Broadway, Bleecker Kitchen & Co. has an industrial café-like feel with minimalist chairs, wooden tabletops, and faux bookshelves to add a sense of warmth. This comfy eatery is filled with casually attired locals nearly every night of the week, and it’s a good spot to grab a quick bite or a delicious cocktail (the “apple walnut” with American brandy, apple cider, lemon juice, cinnamon, grade-B maple, and black-walnut bitters is a favorite). The food itself is exactly as promised – comforting, full-flavored, and very approachable. Dishes like a simple three-ingredient salad of spinach, goat cheese, and fresh raspberries are light and refreshing, and the overstuffed barbeque-pork buns with pickled onion slaw are hearty and dripping with flavor, albeit fairly messy to eat. The slightly more adventurous menu items, like line-caught striped bass with baby bok choy, PEI mussels, and red curry sauce and salmon-belly tartare are less fulfilling (but entirely fine), and while the side of macaroni and cheese tastes like it was made with gobs of American cheese, it succeeds at evoking childhood nostalgia.Recommended Dishes
barbecue-pork buns, $5 each; spinach-and-goat-cheese salad, $12
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