A Closer Look at Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette

A Closer Look at Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette

"The design of Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette is hip and inviting, I'll give it that. The sister restaurant to the Heights's Liberty Kitchen opened in late October 2013 as a more sophisticated, high-end version of the friendly family eatery. The guys behind Petite Sweets and BRC Gastropub — Travis Lenig, Lee Ellis and Lance Fegen — wanted to create a seafood haven with Southern flair and all the amenities needed to produce sushi, tacos, burgers and everything in between. The result is alternately confusing and intriguing." Find out more about our thoughts on Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette by reading this week's Cafe review, "Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette Is a Disappointing Sister Act."


"The design of Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette is hip and inviting, I'll give it that. The sister restaurant to the Heights's Liberty Kitchen opened in late October 2013 as a more sophisticated, high-end version of the friendly family eatery. The guys behind Petite Sweets and BRC Gastropub — Travis Lenig, Lee Ellis and Lance Fegen — wanted to create a seafood haven with Southern flair and all the amenities needed to produce sushi, tacos, burgers and everything in between. The result is alternately confusing and intriguing." Find out more about our thoughts on Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette by reading this week's Cafe review, "Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette Is a Disappointing Sister Act."
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