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Williamsburg's Peter's Since 1969 Makes the Leap to Manhattan

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Frankies did it, so did Motorino, Defonte's, No. 7 (in a way), and Aurora. And now unassuming and casual home cooking spot on Bedford Ave., Peter's Since 1969, is making the leap from Brooklyn to Manhattan, to Hell's Kitchen to be exact. Their reps report that the owners of the original Peter's and a managing partner of Goodburger are in charge of the space and their chef Omri Magal will be serving up rotisserie chicken, smoked meats, creamed corn and other comfort foods.

As for the space, it will look a lot like the original with its marble counter and semi-open kitchen, but with more seats—45—and a communal table, bar seating, and window stools.

It will open on Monday at 587 Ninth Ave.

Entrees

served with two sides and choice of focaccia or mini corn muffins

¼ Rotisserie Chicken 9.99

½ Rotisserie Chicken 12.99

Polish Sausage 10.99

Homemade Meatloaf 11.99

Beef Stew 12.99

Slow Cooked Pork 13.99

Short Ribs of Beef 15.99

Family Style Whole Chicken 24.99

served with four sides and choice of focaccia or mini corn muffins

Veggie Meal 10.99

served with three sides and choice of focaccia or mini corn muffins

Sides

home cooked delicious sides straight from Peter’s kitchen

Mashed Potato

Sautéed

Spinach

String Beans

Creamed Corn with Jalapenos

Mac & Cheese

Yellow Rice

Sautéed Spinach

Sweet Potatoes

Grilled Root Vegetables

Collard Greens with Ham Hocks

Reg. Side Order 3.59 Lg. Side Order 5.59

Sandwich, Salad and Soup

sandwiches served on brioche with our no-mayo Cole Slaw

Chicken Salad Sandwich 7.99

Pulled Pork Sandwich 7.99

Meatloaf Sandwich 7.99

Caesar Salad topped with Rotisserie Chicken 9.99

Peter’s Amazing Chicken Soup 4.99

Dessert

Fresh Baked Pie - Apple, Cherry and Chocolate Pecan 4.99 each

Drinks

Homemade Mint Pink Lemonade 2.99

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Peter's Since 1969

587 Ninth Ave., New York, NY

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