Kitsuné Opens Café, Gallery, And Cocktail Bar In Brooklyn
The Parisian meets Tokyo brand has premiered its latest spaces in Brooklyn: Café Kitsuné, Galerie Kitsuné, and a cocktail bar which are now open.
Kitsuné has opened their first café, Café Kitsuné Boerum Hill in Brooklyn. The Paris-meets-Tokyo brand’s new outpost was designed by its co-founder, Masaya Kuroki who’s inspiration stemmed from the area’s familial and spirited community. The location includes a white oak paneled counter, preserved historic brick walls, and embraces local materials. These elements come together to elicit a nature of modernity and warmth. The space also includes ready-to-wear, tableware, accessories, ‘Objets,’ a small épicerie to purchase its classic coffee beans, and homemade granola as part of its partnership with Brooklyn bakery shop Burrow.
The full oak-display serves as a partition for the café and restaurant, leading to Galerie Kitsuné at 108 Bond Street, a clean white space dedicated to exhibiting compositions by emerging artists whose designs span an array of mediums. The space also incorporates large street-facing windows that stretch the café’s length to show its tree-lined surroundings. A few doors down is its cocktail bar at 104 Bond Street that continues Kitsuné’s Parisian meets Tokyo ethos and will have weekly DJed performances.
Café Kitsuné Boerum Hill is located at 112 Bond Street Brooklyn, NY 11217. Galerie Kitsuné is located at 108 Bond Street Brooklyn, NY 11217. Café Kitsuné’s cocktail bar is located at 104 Bond Street Brooklyn, NY 11217. Café Kitsuné Boerum Hill is open Sunday to Thursday from 8AM-6PM and Friday to Saturday from 8AM-8PM. Café Kitsuné’s cocktail bar is open Sunday to Thursday from 5PM-11PM and Friday to Saturday from 5PM-12AM.