rəˈ stôr transitive verb
1. To revive, fortify, refresh, recover
2. To heal, cure
3. To enjoy food and drink in a hip, relaxing atmosphere.
The word restaurer was first used in 16th century France to describe the soup sold from street carts which was known to restore health.
In 1765, a Monsieur Boulanger of Paris came up with a new concept: a soup shop, with a sign outside inscribed with a line from Matthew 11:28: "Come to me, all you whose stomachs are in distress, and I will restore you." This eventually led to the use of the word restaurant to describe a public meeting place (or pub) where people gathered for food, drink and conversation.
252 years later, the average diner is well versed in distinctive culinary styles. Foodies seek unique ingredients and flavor profiles, and possess a cultivated palette for beer, wine and food pairings.
Voilá Restore Kitchen: satisfying the appetite for food-centric gastronomy in a casual atmosphere where friends can come together to get restored.
Made from scratch, fresh local ingredients, from small plates and sharable eats, to salads, soups, sandwiches, burgers and other hand-helds, a solid entree selection and small array of unusual desserts, there is something for every appetite and type of eater.
A well rounded selection of local craft beers and boutique wines meticulously selected to compliment our menu.
Restore Kitchen is a sit-down restaurant with a gastropub feel, with 8 TVs for sports and live music on Friday and Saturday. We exist to offer the pleasures and benefits of craft food and drink, celebrating both tradition and innovation, and to provide a refuge from the stresses of the day.
Open daily at 7am, breakfast served all day. Please inquire about catering for your parties or special events.
|Monday||7:00AM - 9:00PM|
|Tuesday||7:00AM - 9:00PM|
|Wednesday||7:00AM - 9:00PM|
|Thursday||7:00AM - 9:00PM|
|Friday||7:00AM - 10:00PM|
|Saturday||7:00AM - 10:00PM|
|Sunday||7:00AM - 8:00PM|