Chef John Ricardo started cooking at a young age at home. That led to Culinary training in high school and college, fueling a passion that led to multiple career opportunities working with great chefs in evolving kitchens. That educational journey led him to create Food Court Craft Kitchen.
The name Food Court Craft Kitchen morphed from the Court Street location, and John & Sarah’s vision on the menu offerings. With a food court, there's a varied, wide selection. Not one specific cuisine, but a little bit of everything done seasonally well. That is the definition of a craft kitchen to them. There's craft beer, there's craft cocktails. Well, why can't there be a craft kitchen with emphasis on the cuisine? Creative dishes, from shareable small plates to full-size entrees, with everything made from scratch, in-house utilizing proper cooking techniques.
39 Court Street, Plymouth
Downtown Plymouth’s Court & Main Streets is really turning the page from a bar scene to a go-to restaurant scene. We are excited to be part of the dining experience resurgence. With a nice sized bar offering craft cocktails, paired wines and 20 tap lines we are also a great spot for an after work cocktail.
Delicious & Inviting
We are striving for warm and inviting for all. An overall enjoyable dining experience, without being stuffy. We hope you enjoy our take on Food Court Craft Kitchen, and very much appreciate your visit!