About. Inspired by Nature. Inspired by Art.

We Are Deliciously Inspired

About Us.

The joy of our business is to start each day handling the freshest, most beautiful ingredients and then to have the privilege of transforming them into deliciously inspired cuisine designed to make an emotional connection with your guests.

We started the business over thirty years ago to live at the intersection of food, art and commerce. The only thing that has changed is our perspective and experience. Our mission is the same – to delight, inspire and be inspired.

 

Neuman's Kitchen About Us - Green Market - Local - NYC - Clean Eating - Catering - SustainabilityInspired by Sustainability.

At Neuman’s Kitchen we recognize that the choices we make about how we do business affect the future. At every turn we seek the most sustainable solution, from selecting bio-diesel in our vehicles to composting our kitchen waste, sustainability has always been core to who we are.
Green is not just the color of the artichoke in our logo, it’s central to our philosophy of being a responsible and sustainable community member.

Neuman's Kitchen About Us - Green Market - Local - NYC - Clean Eating - Catering - SustainabilityInspired by Responsibility.

Giving back to the community that has helped make us a thriving business is a source of pride for Neuman’s Kitchen.

For over thirty years we have made a weekly donation to an Upper East Side soup kitchen, totaling over thirty tons of food for the less fortunate. Neuman’s Kitchen partners with a number of not-for-profits to assist with their catered events and continues to donate surplus food to The Bowery Mission.

 

For the past ten years we have been involved with programs that alleviate poverty by providing employment and training services for undeserved adult New Yorkers.

Paul Neuman proudly serves as the board chair of the HOPE Program, donating meals and training on business skills through the First Step Program of the Coalition for the Homeless.

Neuman’s Kitchen works with high school students through The Exploring Program, providing guidance and experiential learning for high school students interested in fulfilling careers in the foodservice industry. We’ve shared similar guidance for high school students through The Principal for a Day (PENCIL) Program.

Neuman’s Kitchen has been providing one hundred delicious and healthy dinners for the patients and families at Ronald McDonald House each month for the past five years.

Inspired by Each Other.
Director Business Development

Stephen Fried

Director Business Development

CFO

Nathalee Martin

CFO

Director of Service

Mike Ferares

Director of Service

Purchasing Manager

Bruno Dauti

Purchasing Manager

Senior Staff Accountant

Sharon Ramoutar

Senior Staff Accountant

Associate Event Manager

Jackie Topak

Associate Event Manager

Associate Event Manager

Jackie Robins

Associate Event Manager

Staffing Administrator

Yamit Zeltser

Staffing Administrator

Catering Assistant

Shakuwra Garrett

Catering Assistant

Facility Manager

Darvin (Kiko) Batista

Facility Manager

Executive Pastry Chef

Alycia Delaney

Executive Pastry Chef

Vice President of Development

Jan DeMarzo

Vice President of Development

Director of Operations

Elvis Estevez

Director of Operations

Administrative Assistant

Mackensie Griffin

Administrative Assistant

Associate Event Manager

Kelly Gumpert

Associate Event Manager

Senior Corporate Event Manager

Cheryl Jochen

Senior Corporate Event Manager

Associate Event Manager

Alexandra Kalfus

Associate Event Manager

Associate Event Manager

Jaqueline Liu

Associate Event Manager

President

Paul Neuman

President

VP of Sales & Events

Kevin Ramsawack

VP of Sales & Events

Event Designer

Kait Rogers

Event Designer

Senior Event Manager

Robert Skelly

Senior Event Manager

Client Relations Specialist

Lauren Weinstein

Client Relations Specialist

Senior Corporate & Special Event Manager

Diane Weiss

Senior Corporate & Special Event Manager

Inspired by Our History.
  • Sandel Lowenthal Seated in a Restaurant or Club Kitchen.

    Sandel Lowenthal Chef and restaurant owner in NYC. Worked at The Merchant’s Club as chef. Owned restaurants in NYC. Died 1941.

  • Cornelius Neuman standing in front of 1132 Lexington Avenue

    Cornelius Neuman Purchased the Sea Bright Fish Market from Moe Goodman in 1906. Operated it on Lexington Avenue as The Rosedale Fish Market until his passing in 1937.

  • Robert Neuman at Rosedale Fish Market – 1129 Lexington Avenue

    Robert Neuman ran the Rosedale Fish Market from 1937 until 2001. Built it into one of the premier retail fish markets in NYC. Renowned for quality and service. In 1969 he moved the store from 1132 Lexington Avenue to 1129 Lexington Avenue.

  • Paul Neuman at Rosedale Fish Market – 1129 Lexington Avenue

    Paul worked at the Rosedale Fish Market upon graduation from college in 1977. Worked there until opening Neuman & Bogdonoff on Third Avenue in 1981.

  • Robert Neuman With The Crew

    Rosedale Fish Market – 1129 Lex. Ave.

  • Neuman’s & Bogdonoff – 1385 Third Avenue

  • Neuman & Bogdonoff at the Third Avenue Street Fair

  • Neuman & Bogdonoff – Holiday Display

  • Neuman & Bogdonoff – 1383 – 1385 Third Avenue

    Neuman & Bogdonoff operated a retail store at 1385 Third Avenue from 1981 until 1996. In 1996 the retail store closed and the business moved to 175 Chrystie Street to focus exclusively on catering.

  • Neuman’s Kitchen -203 Chrystie Street

    In 2003 the company was rebranded at Neuman’s, following the dissolution of the partnership. It was rebranded again to Neuman’s Kitchen in 2011.

  • Robert Neuman in Front of Portrait of his Father

    In front of portrait of his father

  • Neuman’s Kitchen Moves to LIC

    On April 4, 2016 the company relocated to their new quarters in LIC.

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