Hot bagels! That’s what bakers announce periodically throughout the day at Sadelle’s, a Manhattan restaurant by Ken Fulk, the San Francisco–based designer’s first in the city. Calling the dining experience “bagel theater,” Fulk describes the 2,250-square-foot space as “classic New York deli dressed up with French patisserie high style.” That explains the to-go counter, inspired by La Cornue’s Château range, and the mismatched vintage Michael Thonet chairs. As for the packaging’s color palette? That’s derived from cream cheese and chives, of course.
Ken Fulk Designs Sadelle’s, His First New York Restaurant
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