Chalk Point Kitchen

527 Broome St, New York City

4.5

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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    11:30 - 23:30

  • Tue

    11:30 - 23:30

  • Wed

    11:30 - 23:30

  • Thu

    11:30 - 23:30

  • Fri

    11:30 - 23:30

  • Sat

    11:00 - 00:00

  • Sun

    11:00 - 00:00

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Reviews

  • Pia Miranda

    4
    - 28 May 2018 -

    The place was very cute and the menu looked awesome. The staff was very patient and accommodating to our party for last minute brunch but some of our food just wasn't as great as it could have been but still a great place.

  • Holly Burgess

    3
    - 17 May 2018 -

    Healthy and fresh. But of course overpriced but you are in soho soooooo.... :) Sides were better than the hemp/arugula/steak salad main that I had however all was tasty. Highly recommend the roasted carrots side. AVO toast is way simple / nothing special so I wouldn’t waste your time with it at this spot. Unless you want a simple smear of relatively unseasoned avocado on toast of course!

  • Devangi Lakdawala

    4
    - 14 May 2018 -

    We went there on mothers day occasion. We had placed resercations since we were a big group. Nice cocktails and drink menu. Great service. There is street parking available outside the restaurant. There is options for everyone - non veg , vegetarian and vegan food is available. No separate kids menu but they can make cheese pizza on request and many dishes available depending on what ur kids like to eat. Delicious desert.

  • Heidi Bayer

    4
    - 28 March 2018 -

    Tribeca, Soho gem featuring farm-to-table food with gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options. Ate there for lunch and the food and service were excellent. There is a downstairs speakeasy that looks fun, too, but it was closed. Will definitely be going back.

  • Junaid Asim

    5
    - 15 March 2018 -

    Its a really nice place for brunch and everything was delicious and healthy.I will go there again when I have the chance.

  • John McKinney

    4
    - 06 February 2018 -

    A nice spot to grab a drink, good food also. Can’t give five stars due to service, but still worth going. Check out their patio in back.

  • Eduardo Almazan

    5
    - 26 January 2018 -

    We were there last night and we get the vegan Caesar salad with the cauliflower flat bread which it is gluten and dairy free. I will definitely return back and will recommend it with my friend's

  • Hart

    5
    - 26 September 2017 -

    Enjoyed an amazing birthday celebration in which 'Cesar' was our server. From cocktails to dessert, the tongue was very pleased. I was disappointed however with a phantom 'Operation Cost' charge of $16.80. I was informed it was not associated to the gratuity, and wasn't explained to my satisfaction. I've not experienced a charge like this before in any restaurant.

  • 2
    - 13 October 2016 -

    Used to be really good but what happened with the music? All rap music these days. And too loud to talk. Better bars in the neighborhood.

  • 4
    - 28 August 2016 -

    Had a great brunch experience here recently. The dishes are made from fresh market ingredients and really highlights in-season veggies. My wife and I had the sourdough French toast, the avocado hash, a side of bacon and a side of roasted carrots. Everything was flavorful, and we particularly enjoyed the hash and carrots. The decor is eclectic and the service is friendly. Takes reservations for brunch which is great.

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