Menu Released for Kupersmith at 49 Clinton Street

Posted on: November 10th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

The transition from Clerkenwell to Kupersmith is one day from completion on Clinton Street.

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On Monday afternoon, we broke news that the two-year-old gastropub at 49 Clinton Street was re-branding its image and cuisine at the hands of enterprising School of Visual Arts students. As part of a class taught by local business owner Doug Jaeger, said participants created a fully-functional design agency called 21thru24, which worked with owner Stefan Ching to flesh out his idea. Kupersmith is the result of two months of planning and implementation.

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Kupersmith will officially open to the Lower East Side tomorrow, but we have a sneak peek at the menu for you. Have a looksy:

Dinner Menu Kupersmith

Brunch Menu Kupersmith

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