Elizabeth's Neighborhood Table
With its porch swing and white picket fence, this Upper West Side restaurant looks more like a country farmhouse than a New York City bistro. It’s fitting, then, that the seasonal menu highlights traditional American comfort foods made with natural and organic ingredients. A typical dinner might start with an order of jumbo lump crab cakes with apple-fennel slaw ($16) or mac and cheese in a cast-iron skillet ($10). For the main course, you might opt for the turkey meatloaf with mushroom gravy and garlic mashed potatoes ($22), a roasted heritage pork chop with braised red cabbage and fruit compote ($26) or the crispy fried chicken with greens, gravy and more of that creamy mac ($25). Craving a burger? The restaurant offers beef ($13), turkey ($15), lamb ($16), chicken ($13), salmon ($18) and veggie patties ($14). Finish the meal with a homemade chocolate malt ball brownie ($6) or a seasonal fruit crumble topped with a scoop of Ronnybrook Farms ice cream ($8).
Venue says: “Our urban farm house is the thoughtful spot you've been searching for! American Comfort Food in a charming, relaxed dining atmosphere.”