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Jared Sippel IN as Chef at Brooklyn Fare Manhattan

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Sounds like César Ramirez and co. have found their chef for the new Manhattan outpost of Brooklyn Fare. Eater Denver reports that the crew has tapped chef Jared Sippel, most recently chef de cuisine at Boulder's acclaimed Frasca Food and Wine, to run the kitchen at the coming restaurant. In addition to working at Frasca, Sippel had worked at the two Michelin starred l'Oustau de Baumanière near Avignon, France, and at Quince in San Francisco.

Per Eater Denver, Sippel's menu at Brooklyn Fare Manhattan is going to have a special emphasis on pastas (which makes sense considering his history), with four to five appetizers, three meaty dishes, and three seafood ones. Overall, it's going to combine French, Italian, and Japanese influences, with a format slightly different from the original.

While the restaurant will have 65 seats plus its 10-seat chef's table in the wine cellar, for the first several months it will only serve 20 people a night. The opening is still slated for "in the next few months."
· Brooklyn Fare Taps Chef Jared Sippel of Frasca For Its New Manhattan Location [~EDEN~]
· All Coverage of Brooklyn Fare Manhattan [~ENY~]
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Brooklyn Fare Manhattan

431 W. 37th St., New york, NY

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