Brooklyn Fare—Brooklyn’s only restaurant with 3 Michelin stars (and a Clean Plates seal of approval, to boot)—is coming to Manhattan. Chef Cesar Ramirez will split his time between the two kitchens.
The new space will open this summer on West 37th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues, complete with an outdoor terrace, grocery store and private wine room. According to the Wall Street Journal, brokers and landlords have been trying to lure Brooklyn Fare across the river for a while; when owner Moe Issa saw the space on West 37th, he knew it was time to make the move. “I love the space and I love the view from the back,” the paper quotes him as saying.
The 60-seat restaurant will operate under a no-reservations policy. The a la carte menu will feature small plates, a number of seafood options and a bigger menu selection than the flagship location. The wine room will be located on the lower level, where tasting menus for up to 10 people will be served.
Image courtesy of Brooklyn Fare.