Café Kitsuné Gets a New York City Location

Maison Kitsuné’s latest cafe finds a home in the West Village.

French fashion label and recording record label Maison Kitsuné has further implanted their mark on New York City by opening a café in the West Village. The brand currently has a shop on Lafayette Street, but will now be offering customers a chic Parisian Café experience within their new location on Hudson Street. Café Kitsuné aims to mimic the French capital’s dining experience with coffee, wine and small plates. The menu has been concocted by Japanese chef Yuji Tani, which further links the French brand with Japanese culture (Kitsuné means “fox” in Japanese). It is compromised of sandwiches, salads and snacks.

The café was designed by Masaya Kuroki, co-founder and owner of Maison Kitsuné, in collaboration with TBD Architecture Studio. The space is inspired by nature, with wood furnishings featured prominently in the café. Guests can enjoy food, as well as browse a selection of tableware crafted in France, clothing and accessories from the “Café Kitsuné Collection.”

Visit Café Kitsuné New York at 550 Hudson Street in the West Village, which is open seven days a week from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

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