Springbone Kitchen Is Dishing Out All the Bowls and Broth at Brookfield Place
In case you haven’t toured Brookfield Place in the last week or so, here’s a heads-up for folks who love comfort food on the go: The ever-expanding Springbone Kitchen recently set up shop in Hudson Eats. The nutritious and veggie-friendly operation offers the same daily rotating menu you’ll find at outposts near the Seaport (74 Pearl St.), in Dumbo and in Greenwich Village.
You might think of bone broth as a winter treat, but Springbone’s fare is worth a slurp all year round. Plus their soups, grass-fed beef and free-range chicken bowls and herb-roasted salmon dishes are all sans gluten, refined sugar and seed oils — making them a healthy and tasty treat.
Not to mention, they’ve got a killer lamb stew:
According to co-founder Jordan Feldman, Springbone is vaguely “grandma-themed,” in that its recipes are designed to be simple and timeless, with an emphasis on fresh ingredients, cooked low and slow. Walk-up service is Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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