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Brooklyn’s Only Michelin 3-Star Restaurant Will Reportedly Decamp to Manhattan

Currently, the restaurant only seats 18.
Currently, the restaurant only seats 18. Photo: Roxanne Behr

Cesar Ramirez and Moe Issa’s tiny, much-acclaimed Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare seems to be relocating from Boerum Hill to West 37th Street, which boasts a slightly larger capacity. The initial plan was for the midtown branch of the grocery store to hold an entirely new restaurant concept, but an employee tells Eater, “We are moving locations to a second location, but we actually do not have a set date for the move,” and the liquor license application states, “This will be a first class restaurant similar to owner’s other restaurant by the name of Brooklyn Fare.” There is a chance that Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare moves into the soon-to-open West Village outpost, though there’s no liquor license pending. Perhaps a Manhattan location will attract even more high-rollers to the $306-per-person meal?

[Eater NY]

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare Decamping to NYC