The team behind NYC’s Sage Kitchen has just announced its first in an ongoing series of pop-ups for this upcoming Tuesday.
Sage Kitchen is a new kosher quick serve concept launched this year, offering thoughtfully made sandwiches and salads. Emphasis is placed on quality of process in everything they do, and their menus are always seasonally focused.
The owners of Sage Kitchen intend to run an ongoing series of these kosher pop-ups on a bi-monthly (2x a month) basis out of the Chabad House Bowery in lower Manhattan.
Here are details for the first (of many) pop-ups. What you need to know:
- Tuesday, Nov. 17th, 6:30-9pm
- Chabad House Bowery (map below)
- $15 + Tax includes:
- Choice of sandwich
- Market side dish
- Drinks & Dessert items are extra
- YOU MUST make a reservation by Sunday @ 6pm here
Sage Kitchen’s menu constantly changes based on fresh, seasonal ingredients. Here is a sample menu from a pop-up they ran this summer.
Yesterday’s debut of @SageKitchenNYC @ the Taste of #Jewish Culture Street Fair. Pictured: Turkey sandwich w/lemon-artichoke spread with Cracklin’ + Charred corn salad + Olive oil cake + Peach-Sage iced tea Sage Kitchen is in process of seeking a location to open a #kosher restaurant in #NYC near #NYU.
Earlier this week, Sage Kitchen chef Jasmine Einalhori took home the first place trophy at the KosherFest “Iron-Chef” style competition.
Chabad House Bowery (Rabbi Korn) is the Kosher certification, all meat is Glatt kosher, and all cooking is done in the Chabad House Bowery.