From New York City to Rio Industry Kitchen is the Place to Be

By Times Square Chronicles August 12, 2016 PDF Article Original Article Press
From New York City to Rio Industry Kitchen is the Place to Be

At the tip of Manhattan is a waterfront restaurant that is simply swimming past the competition. Industry Kitchen (70 South Street off of Maiden Lane) is a perfect venue in New York City.

Sweeping water views and cool breezes bouncing off the spectacular bridges on the East River are a perfect setting for this top of the line restaurant. The open-air space is beautifully designed and a blend of natural and industrial elements that are both pleasing and sexy in structure.

The vibe of the restaurant is urban, edgy blended with a sense of relaxation that only Manhattan can fully understand. Perhaps that is why Industry Kitchen is both popular with Wall Street workers on their lunch break, as well as tourists taking in the downtown sites looking for a place where the cool locals hang out.

From dinner to weekend brunches this is a place to be for a meal full of delight. Merchants Hospitality, Inc. (MHI), a premier owner, investor and developer of hotels, residential buildings, luxury real estate and world-class restaurants, has created something very special here along with renowned Executive Chef Braulio Bunay.

There is no such thing here with a bad choice. All dishes are creative and will leave guests with sheer satisfaction. Seasonal Grilled Cauliflower with pecorino and caper lemon relish is a popular item on the menu and satisfies the senses with a healthy dish full of complex layers.