Here’s the Menu for the New ‘LES Kitchen’ Burger Joint on Essex Street

Posted on: February 8th, 2016 at 10:35 am by

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The so-called LES Kitchen is almost ready to roll. As noted, the new burger joint has been prepping 15 Essex Street in the wake of the Juicery’s departure last year.

The menu sitting in the windows serves as hype material for the new establishment. Here’s what to expect when they open at the end of the month. It’s clear that LES Kitchen is a no-frills burger joint, serving Pat LaFrieda beef alongside pickles from the Pickle Guys.

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Don’t count out the possibility that the business will go for the coveted liquor license, which would definitely overwhelm the block in that regard. We’ll keep you posted.

And to keep the history alive, both stores at 15 Essex previously comprised the old Hua Shun sign-making shop.

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