The space is more like a theater than a kitchen, which is fitting for food that shines like a hit Broadway show. Yes, Ramirez and his team do cook all day in this space, preparing the food sold in the gourmet Brooklyn Fare Market as well as the Kitchen, but when guests arrive, the place has been so thoroughly cleaned and shined you'd almost think nobody ever cooked a thing in there.
|The team, minus Doug Kim, who was behind the camera.|
|"The Ferrari of stoves."|
|The only Molteni salamander in America.|
All photos were shot by Cesar Ramirez's newest team member, the multi-talented Douglas Kim. Thanks Doug!
The new Brooklyn Fare Kitchen work/eat space was designed by Ken Schimpf, founder of KDS Consulting & Design, Inc. (http://www.kdsconsulting.net/index.html)