Located on University Place within the heart of the West Village, Mint Kitchen, a 50-seat Israeli rapid informal restaurant, opened earlier the remaining month. Designed by using CRÈME, the sparkling but comforting layout balances cool grays and green vegetables.
Space revolves around an open kitchen format and a copper-coated Taboon Oven that focuses on expanding tiered seating lives. The kitchen’s backsplash is protected in Emerald Clear Moresque tiles, with quartz ‘ZODIAQ’ London Sky countertops and tambour wood-paneled facades. The floor is an aggregate of concrete pipes and grey stained wood, complemented with the aid of the plaster-painted walls, very wellmillwork, blackened metallic shelving shape, and ribbed glass sourced in Brooklyn. Leather banquette seating in Garret Glazed bourbon is juxtaposed by a wall of luscious stay vegetation striking in woven cane and wooden boxes. Mint Kitchen’s final touch is their orange neon emblem positioned inside the storefront to place their stamp on the West Village.