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About From The City's Kitchen

City Kitchen. A truly American brasserie.  With a spirit of invention and irreverence towards the old guard. A brasserie no longer under the domain of the old world British and French empires. It is truly American. Every plate, every meal, every dessert we’ve created is a reflection of the flavors and techniques from across this great land (and abroad) that have given us inspiration. With our own twist. Like the delicious great plains grilled ribeye steak smothered in thinly-sliced potato “frites”. Or our take on buffalo wings -- chicken, blue cheese and sauce stuffed inside crispy pastry straws. City Kitchen. An authentically American Brasserie.

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