Elizabeth's Neighborhood Table Brings Locavorism to the Upper West Side
Ye ole Upper West Side farmhouse
The Upper West Side is about to get a dose of wholesome, locally sourced food. Elizabeth's Neighborhood Table (680 Columbus Avenue, 212-280-6501) is a new restaurant working with organic and biodynamic ingredients for its menu of American comfort-food classics.
The restaurant looks like it's been airlifted straight out of Martha's Vineyard, complete with white picket fence, wraparound porch, and swing. Chef John Lee, who most recently worked at the also-wholesome Rouge Tomate, is at the helm. The menu includes Maryland crab cakes, Coney Island Lager beer-battered fish and chips, and a veggie burger. Dinner service starts today.
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