Brooklyn >Jessie's Brooklyn Kitchen
“first went to Jessie's Brooklyn Kitchen when it first open and have enjoyed their muffins, good coffee and they use to have really good egg sandwiches and the best blue corn bread.”
“had a made to order Salami sandwich "I know Salami and OJ whatever" with provolone cheese, spicy whole grain mustard and ripe tomatoes on olive bread.”
“The waitress we had was "charming and on point”
Jessie is cooking at Get Fresh!. UPDATE: Jessie's Brooklyn Kitchen is closed, but Jessie is now cooking at the new Cafe at Get Fresh in Park Slope. You can get breakfast and lunch and semi-prepared meals to take home for dinner. Nice!
Delish!. Delicious, convenient, and never disappoints. Stop by on the way from the subway and you'll agree. I'm a fan.
GREAT addition to the hood. hey brooklyn steve- got to say that i think you're SO wrong about jessie's kitchen! i eat there EVERYDAY. the food is amazing and there's a great vibe too. Jessie cooks dinner for my family three nights a week and i do not know how we lived without her. try it again, i have never had a bad meal there. jessie is ALL ALONE in the kitchen and does every meal all by herself so give the kid a break! i think actually it has IMPROVED lately if there has been a change at all. best tuna, burgers, eggs, soups around.
oh no. I first went to Jessie's Brooklyn Kitchen when it first open and have enjoyed their muffins, good coffee and they use to have really good egg sandwiches and the best blue corn bread. I reasently went in there for brunch and couldn't believe it was the same place. I felt bad that I told my friends that we should eat there. The food was sub par and what happened to the muffins? My eggs were raw and burnt on the edges if that is possible and WAY TOO SALTY. My friends were not happy with the small portions of food and meat in almost everything on the menu. I hate when a place is great when they open and then all of a sudden it just goes down hill.
GREAT!!. This is the kind of place where you feel comforiable the second you walk in. The waitress we had was "charming and on point". Staring at plump homemade jelly donuts and everyone elses food from our table facing Smith street drinking some of the "best OJ ever" we couldn't wait for our food to arrive. I had a made to order Salami sandwich "I know Salami and OJ whatever" with provolone cheese, spicy whole grain mustard and ripe tomatoes on olive bread. The breakfast food was also "dreamy" organic eggs, matchstick fries, fresh fruit and chicken/pork sausage. Bring your Grandmother your Children or your Lady and enjoy.
Editorial Review. Stop by for a breakfast sandwich or order a three course dinner to be delivered to your home.
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