City Beet Kitchens
Doing Good, Deliciously
Want a delicious way to make a difference? City Beet Kitchens offers fresh and creative office catering with delightful options for everyone. Enjoy easy ordering, prompt deliveries, and friendly service. From client breakfasts and lunches to staff holiday parties, we’ll handle every delicious detail.Place an Order
From Our Clients
“The food was delicious, and many attendees came to me specifically to tell me how much they loved the food! Thank you for working with me so closely — always with patience, flexibility, and such generosity.”
from Sydney Kopp-Richardson,
Supportive Housing Network of New York
“Your staff was just so professional and pleasant and warm to our guests. And we continue to get compliments on the delicious food. Thanks again for helping us make our celebration so special.”
from Amanda and Paul,
“The food really was terrific. I was VERY impressed with it all. The presentation, quality, taste, and quantity.”
from Mark Irish,
About City Beet Kitchens
When you choose City Beet Kitchens, you are helping homeless New Yorkers renew their lives. Every dollar you spend gives life-changing opportunities to your neighbors in need. Our delicious food is passionately prepared by graduates of Project Renewal’s award-winning Culinary Arts Training Program. This intensive program trains unemployed New Yorkers to thrive in the culinary industry.
Every Dish Changes a Life
When you order with us, you are helping New Yorkers turn their lives around. Great food tastes even better when it has meaning—as a mission-based caterer, we prepare every dish with uncommon generosity of spirit.
Anthony O’Connor, Executive Chef
A graduate of the French Culinary Institute, Chef O’Connor was the Executive Chef at Sodexho Food Services for 10 years, managing executive dining rooms for Fortune 500 companies. “I enjoy teaching and mentoring my students the most,” says Anthony O’Connor, Executive Chef and Culinary Arts Instructor.
Jamel Woods, Sous Chef
“I didn’t want to be another statistic,” Jamel says. Following five years of prison, Jamel turned his life around through our Culinary Arts Training Program. After intensive instruction in the kitchen and an internship, he landed a job at City Beet Kitchens, where he is now Sous Chef. “This job keeps me focused and off the streets.”
Luis “Manny” Roman, Head Cook
“One of my best experiences at Project Renewal has been learning how to be focused on doing the right thing. This program has helped a lot of people and I am proud to be where I am at right now,” says Luis Roman, head cook at our Third Street kitchen.