TRUE FOOD KITCHEN SETS OPENING DATE: SEPTEMBER 1
True Food Kitchen, an award-winning seasonal restaurant and bar to open its first New York restaurant September 1 with adjustments to dine-in service to accommodate for social distancing and enhanced safety standards.
True Food Kitchen’s flavor-forward menu is carefully crafted with each season to let guests experience produce at the peak of its freshness and flavor. The restaurant’s artisan chefs create crave-worthy classics like Edamame Dumplings, Spaghetti Squash Casserole, Ancient Grains Bowl and the Korean Noodle Bowl, among other signature dishes. Co-founded by integrative medicine expert Dr. Andrew Weil, True Food Kitchen’s menu is rooted in the principles of the anti-inflammatory food pyramid – emphasizing wholesome, simple ingredients with thoughtful preparations to highlight the natural health benefits and flavors of each ingredient.
The Garden City restaurant will open with a sneak preview of its fall favorites including the Butternut Squash Pizza, Butternut Squash Soup and its famous Squash Pie dessert. The complete fall menu will make its debut at the end of September and features flavorful twists on familiar favorites like Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Charred Cauliflower and an Autumn Ingredient Salad. The restaurant’s lively scratch bar features a seasonal lineup of organic teas, freshly pressed juices and natural refreshers like the Kale Aid, Cranberry Limeade and Apple Lemonade. Every creative, handcrafted cocktail is built around seasonality, quality ingredients and simple preparations. A curated list of wine and beer is also available.
“At True Food, we’re on a mission to bring people together to celebrate good food and better living – so we’re excited to finally be able to have New Yorkers experience our philosophy and food,” said Shannon Keller, Chief Marketing Officer of True Food Kitchen. “Because our commitment to this healthy way of eating is matched by our commitment to our guests’ safety, we’ve made critical modifications to our Garden City restaurant to accommodate for social distancing and enhanced safety standards and measures as we open during this pandemic.”
POSTED AUG 19