With design by Russell Sage, the dramatic space of the Bread Street Kitchen site will stay true to its industrial roots, whilst giving a contemporary yet cozy feel, making use of reclaimed furniture, vintage armchairs and leather banquettes. Guests will also be able to take in the wine balcony which will stretch along the wall above the kitchen and hold no less than 2,000 bottles.
The all-day restaurant will offer an extensive wine and cocktail list alongside a seasonal menu. Guests can set themselves up for the day with a Bread Street "English," grab a quick stone bass carpaccio with avocado, horseradish, ginger, honey and wakame for lunch at the more relaxed raw counter or enjoy a lazy sit down over a king crab cocktail and Bread Street short rib burger in the evening.
Otherwise guests can stop by the ground floor bar for a cocktail, glass of wine or to try a selection of small plates. Open from early until late, Bread Street Kitchen will offer a full around-the-clock food experience. For more details visit BreadStreetKitchen.com.
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