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.
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.
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.
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.