Kipseys restaurant on 25th Street and 2nd Avenue has closed. We are sorry to see them go!
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Please be sure to patronize Kipsey’s. They are serving up some great American comfort food with a bit of a Middle Eastern influence. They have one of the best burgers in Manhattan with a proprietary meat blend (we like it with the Gruyere cheese and carmelized onions) and amazing fries. They just introduced a new cocktail menu that’s defininitely mixologist inspired. They have a 4-star rating on Yelp and some great reviews. Also 5 out of 5 stars on MenuPages and 4.5 out of 5 stars on Trip Advisor.
The owners Arnon and Melissa are the nicest people; Be sure to say Hi.
They had a bit of a glitch with their air conditioning but that’s been fixed.
We have long-needed a great, comfortable neighborhood place and hangout like this!
Kipsey’s is at 438 Second Avenue at 25th Street
Kipsey’s Restaurant is now open
Kipsey’s Restaurant at 25th Street and 2nd Avenue is now open for Lunch and Dinner. Delivery will be starting soon. We like the fried chicken and smoked brisket so far.
Kipsey’s Kitchen & Bar
Update 1/31/2013: Kipsey’s has opened this week. It will be about 2 weeks until they start delivery. The comfort food menu look’s great and they are getting good reviews.
Kipsey’s Kitchen & Bar will be opening in the space next to the old and long-empty Ole Restaurant at the corner of 2nd Avenue and 25th Street. Per the owners; “Kipsey’s aim is to be a neighborhood eatery. Our concept is market driven American comfort and we make everything from scratch. All of our baked goods are baked on premises every day. We grind our own meat from prime cuts. Our sausages are made and linked fresh daily. We do not use chemicals. Our chicken is all natural and free of hormone and antibiotics. We strive to source local ingredients whenever it is available for us. Come on home to Kipsey’s, you’ll be glad you did! Kipsey’s is collaboration of partners who are simply passionate about food and hospitality.”
This space has been many restaurants most recently an Argentinian and in the past Christine’s Polish and a pasta place. We wish the new venture great success.