Fare: Breakfast/lunch - Healthy Food
Price: In expensive - moderate
Noise Level: Moderate
Uses use organic produce, dairy, and meats. The organic meats are grass fed, antibiotic free
Expect a long wait for breakfast on weekends
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy well prepared organic food with vegan and meat options in a funky ambiance.
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer eclectic food in an upscale, trendy ambiance with full bar service.
Recommended dishes: When available, The Nutella Pancakes; The Date Nut Oatmeal Bowl; and for lunch, The LUK Cheese Steak with sliced thin top round grass fed beef.
Local Urban Kitchen (LUK) is a popular breakfast /lunch eatery that serves up some excellent healthy food.
A popular place for diners who enjoy a Mediterranean inspired menu with a passion for health, wellness and flavor. Their organic menu offers a large variety of vegetarian and vegan items.
The organic menu offers both vegan and a few meat items for carnivores.
Local Urban Kitchen is owned and operated by Marwa Fattah and her brother Maged Fattah, who is also the head chef. They are deeply committed to the local community placing emphasis on buying their ingredients from fresh, local sources.
When available, their first choice is to use organic produce, dairy, and meats. The organic meats are grass fed, antibiotic free.
LUK also offers smoothies and a juice bar.
The dining area is small with a mix of wooden picnic and regular sized tables and chairs and tables covered with brown paper. The ambiance is funky and casual, with friendly service, kind of what you would expect from a place that serves up healthy, non-traditional food.
During the warmer months there is outside seating
Open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week, Monday - Sunday, 7AM - 4PM
They are child friendly offering a kids menu.
(updated: November, 2018)
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