Liberty Kitchen


Liberty Kitchen

We have attempted to eat at Liberty Kitchen on numerous occasions, all of these were probably Sunday brunch (one of which, Mother’s Day). When walking in, they usually say the wait is around 45 minutes or up to an hour. They claimed the same wait time this go around but we decided to try it. In actuality, we only waited 15-20 minutes so I’m not sure if they overstate the wait times or we got lucky.

The place was packed. It’s not very large to begin with but it has a cool vibe. We sat for a while and waited to order drinks. We waited for a while to receive our drinks. I ordered a lemonade which was not too sweet but not too tart. Andrew an iced tea. When bringing refills, we also waited a while for those.

We then waited a while to order and receive our food. I ordered the Tuna Salad melt. It comes on an english muffin so I thought it would be the circumference of an english muffin. It was about double that. And there were 2. And yummy fries. It was very tasty, but way too much food. Tuna salad isn’t really a take-home-and-reheat kind of food either, so my meal was a bit wasted. Andrew ordered fried chicken sliders with gravy which he said were absolutely delicious. If we go back, I’m sure we would go back just for him to order those sliders again.

When we asked for our check, we waited a while for that too.

Overall, the food was good but it was slow service. If you are going to try, Sunday brunch is probably the worst time. Or maybe that’s why they push the mimosas (so you don’t notice you are waiting).

WOULD YOU GO BACK? Most likely not.


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