Kitchen Sink

View menu

The Kitchen Sink lost none of its charm when it relocated in 2013, after only a year in business, from its cramped original location to a much bigger space. If anything, the restaurant is now an even fuller expression of chef Anthony Ellerson Jr.’s unique mash-up of Cajun and Creole fare with bar-and-grill and diner grub. (Case in point: The restaurant isn’t open during breakfast hours but does serve breakfast fare.) Plump burgers overloaded with toppings are a house specialty, as are crawfish étouffée, jambalaya, gumbo and the namesake dish, the Kitchen Sink, cheese grits topped with shrimp, andouille and a tasso-crab gravy.