The opening date for Brooklyn Fare Manhattan — the most anticipated Hell's Kitchen restaurant of all time — keeps getting pushed back, but now word on the street is that it will make its grand debut early next month. A lucky tipster that was privy to a tour of the space created this rough sketch of the dining room for us. It contains all the secrets in the universe.
To the right of the entrance, there are two U-shaped booths (for parties of six), and on the far right, there are several other sizable tables — probably four-tops. The counter seats 15 people, and the space also has a garden area/wine bar, where guests can wait for their tables, or just enjoy a glass of wine and a small selection of snacks.
The downstairs wine cellar doubles as a PDR, with seating for about 10 people. Although César Ramirez is helping oversee this project, Jared Sippel, formerly of Frasca Food & Wine and Quince, is running the kitchen. His menu will be heavily influenced by France and Italy. If everything goes according to plan, some of the food products from the restaurant, like fresh pasta, will also be available for purchase in the adjacent store.