Help Feed — And Employ — New Yorkers At The Migrant Kitchen’s New Home
After a successful run in Williamsburg, buzzy pop-up restaurant The Migrant Kitchen has relocated to Lower Manhattan. The new location at 45 Stone Street (inside the Dubliner) continues the pop-up’s philanthropic mission: for every $12 spent, the kitchen donates a meal to a New Yorker in need.
The restaurant started in 2018 as a way to provide sustainable jobs to immigrants while highlighting cuisines from their countries. The menu continues the tradition of innovative and diverse offerings of Middle East-meets-Latin-America cuisine, including things like fried plantain chip nachos, smoked street corn, cauliflower shawarma and chicken and fawaffles (falafel waffles).
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The Migrant Kitchen has garnered national attention for its mission and its experimental food combinations, garnering attention in the Washington Post, Good Morning America, CNN, Telemundo and Time Magazine.
Use the code TMK212 for a 10% neighborhood discount. The pop-up has heated outdoor dining and is open seven days a week, 11 a.m to 10 p.m.