Renata’s Kitchen now open at 4533 Baltimore Avenue (updated)

September 24, 2015

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Renata’s Kitchen co-owner Kate Aiq at the grand opening on Wednesday.


UPDATE (11/16/2015): Starting Monday, Nov. 16, Renata’s Kitchen will be serving dinner every night from 4 – 10 p.m. Renata’s owners are also sending a reminder that their restaurant is a BYOB!

9/24/2015: Renata’s Kitchen (formerly Café Renata) opened its doors to the public at their new location at 4533 Baltimore Avenue last night. A sizable crowd turned up to celebrate the grand re-opening of the restaurant that suffered a devastating fire at their former location near 43rd and Locust last spring.

Starting this Friday, the restaurant, which serves Mediterranean and American-style breakfast, lunch and brunch, will be open daily: Mon-Fri 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sat & Sun 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Renata’s co-owner Kate Aiq said that they’re also planning to introduce a dinner menu in a couple of months after they settle in at the new location. Also, the restaurant is currently hiring, mostly line cooks. Resumes are accepted at: 





5 Comments For This Post

  1. 49th street Says:

    this was awesome. place was completely packed out at the opening – not a single seat available. I met a few new neighbors. hooray for renatas kitchen!

  2. adam Says:

    I sent a resume they never got back to me seeking employment currently

  3. adam Says:

    what happend? w back end help ?

  4. eat4health Says:

    Looks great!! Unfortunately, all the meals except one are at least 50% sugar. YIKES !!!

  5. Louis Tannen Says:

    Had dinner last night at Renata’s Kitchen on opening night, and everything was wonderful. The food was absolutely delicious (as expected), the prices were very reasonable, and the service was lovely. The falafels, the kaftas, the humus, and the shrimp (didn’t order the baba this time) were particular favorites. What a wonderful addition to Baltimore Ave!

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