Ereka Vetrini on Kutsher’s Tribeca
Kutsher’s Tribeca takes a contemporary and playful approach to the canon of American Jewish cooking from small bites to more substantial offerings. Chef Spangenthal will cure and smoke his own pastrami each day, hand-sliced for sandwiches at lunch, and served as part of a charcuterie selection at dinner. Our cocktail list, created by Albert DePompeis playfully echoes the spirit of Kutsher’s golden age, while their non-alcoholic cocktails and house made sodas are fun and delicious for all ages.
Kutsher’s Tribeca has 140 seats and has been designed by architect Rafael de Cardenas, who created a casual yet bold geometric design, taking cues from 1960’s modernist architecture while channeling the communal and family friendly spirit of Kutsher’s historic dining room.
Kutsher’s Tribeca will also provide a wide array of catering and delivery options from family dinners for four to office lunches for more than one hundred people.