The Fashion Crowd Is Flocking to New Plant-Based Restaurant Farmacy Kitchen

by Eddie Roche

There’s a new fashion clubhouse in New York City with the recent opening of Farmacy Kitchen, which comes to town for a six-month residency at Chef’s Club Counter in Soho. The plant-based restaurant opened doors on Friday after hosting previews for a slew of fashion names such as Laura Brown, Derek Blasberg, Kristina O’Neil, Gucci Westman, Zac and Jordan Stenmark, Cynthia Rowley, Kit Keenan, Mickey Boardman, Hannah Bronfman, Cory Bond, Nate Berkus, Tobias Sorenson, Dasha Zhukova, Rosie Assoulin, and Katie Holmes.

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Originating in London, Farmacy Kitchen was founded by Camilla Fayed who launched their first location in 2016 in Notting Hill. The residency in New York is the first major effort to grow Farmacy internationally. Fayed’s brought some of their signature dishes to the states such as a Mac ‘n’ ‘Cheese (rice pasta and truffled cheese sauce), the Farmacy burger (a wholesome mushroom, millet and black bean patty), and a selection of Earth Bowls. The menu also features a series of healthy teas.

For desert we’d recommend the “Nice Cream Brownie Sunday” a new twist on the traditional ice cream sundae with nice cream, seasonal fruits, raw cacao and housemade maca caramel.

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Fayed turned to designer Carlos Mota to recreate the aesthetic of Farmacy London and they outfitted the space with sustainable recycled materials including reclaimed wood and natural fibers. There’s also an abundance of greenery in the venue.

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Farmacy Kitchen (62 Spring Street) will be open for lunch and dinner through February 29th, 2020.

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