Sunday, August 02, 2009

Kitchen Kabaret

Found this place in Bay Shore a couple weeks ago. It's unusual. I would call it an upscale grocery/gourmet store.

I guess. Mostly it's food stations (pizza/Italian, sushi, bakery, deli, coffee, and whatever else they have). The kind you'd see in a lot of grocery stores (except for pizza/Italian)--but without a lot of groceries around them. Or something.

Think of cocktail hour at a swanky wedding. With some groceries.

I'm sure the people there can explain it better.

It's tiny. At least the Bay Shore one. There's another store in Roslyn Heights. Don't know how big that one is.

We've tried a few things. The pasta is decent, not great. Very cheesy and mushy, of course--it's been sitting around for hours. The cupcakes and cannoli are pretty good. Lately my wife has been getting the small, layered mousse cakes every weekend.


Pizza/Italian Station

Center of Store

Kitchen Kabaret
87 Saxon Ave.
Bay Shore, NY 11706


At 11:56 AM, Blogger Regnon said...

And oddly enough, good coffee and pickles. Or at least when it opened a year or so ago.

At 12:35 PM, Blogger Butter Lover said...

I'll ask the wife if she's tried the coffee. I like pickles but am afraid of locally-made ones. Usually too cucumbery for my taste.

At 2:35 PM, Blogger Butter Lover said...

So I did ask the wife about the coffee here. She's tried some kind of iced coffee. She liked it. Banana something, I think. I wasn't really paying attention.

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