Kutsher's Tribeca

Row 1

Details
186 Franklin St (btwn Greenwich & Hudson St.)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 431-0606
American, Restaurant
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Wed: 11:45 AM–2:30 PM Thu–Fri: 11:45 AM–2:30 PM Sat: 10:00 AM–3:00 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–3:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Part of the resurgence of Jewish food around the country. Here the latkes have caviar on top, the oily roe and sour cream the perfect foil for the crunchy potato cakes. More: http://tandl.me/S69icN
  • KT's got delicious potato & leek knishes with house-cured pastrami & Emmentaler, bringing the tastes of the Catskills resort of the same name down to TriBeCa.
  • Gussied up Jewish with fine house-cured pastrami and revamped matzo ball soup that includes farmers' market veggies. Winner of Critics' Choice of Best of NYC, Best Catskillian!
  • Latkes, latkes, latkes. That's all I have to say.
  • Don't be a schmuck and order the amazing reuben sandwich.
  • You thought nobody could beat your grandmother's matzo ball soup, right? Wrong. Be prepared to lick your bowl clean.
  • Overpriced, mediocre restaurant scattered with grumpy children. Ew.
  • The pastrami. And slaw. And pickles. And fries.
  • Best white fish salad ever
  • Ditching the kitsch along with its old location, Kutshers features Jewish-American family recipes alongside more elevated dishes. Get Mrs. Ks matzo-ball soup: an almost-sweet dill-flecked consomm.
  • fine kosher food
  • Amazing food but crap service.
  • Can't go wrong with the KT Pastrami on Rye. Epic.
  • Kiss your hangover goodbye. Order up some hair of the dog. A Bloody Mary made with BULLDOG should do the trick.
  • You *must* try the pastrami. Chicken for two will make you kvell
  • Get Mrs. K's Matzo Ball Soup.
  • Inhale the latkes & steak.
  • Village Voice is excited to have Kutscher's at the 2012 ChoiceEats food fest! Full list of restaurants here: http://ow.ly/8QjDQ
  • Needs more powerful horseradish
  • Related to the famed Catskills resort, this resto celebrates modern Jewish-American food, with dishes like latkes, knishes and deconstructed borscht salad.