My name is Ronna. I am a chef and the founder of an 8 year old culinary studio in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. When I'm not teaching classes, testing recipes, doing photo shoots, or hosting pop up dinners, I share my beautiful, bright, flexible space with nice people like you.
I am flexible and open to all sorts of events here. I only ask that you treat my space as your own.
Member since Mar '18
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This "only in New York" kitchen studio was built out from a raw space in a converted warehouse near the revitalized waterfront in Brooklyn's Sunset Park neighborhood. It has the charm of an old factory--high ceilings, original exposed brick, thick wooden beams, wood floors, and an open layout. It has a well organized, flexible, and professionally stocked kitchen and the room can convert to an intimate dining space for up to 35 people. But the space is flexible, with movable and foldable tables, and may be used for a range of different projects and events. A wall of natural light makes it ideal for photo and video shoots. It's been used for everything from cocktail parties to team building retreats to art classes to pop up dinners.
If you would like to use the kitchen for more than light cooking (storing items in the refrigerator, reheating items in the oven or on the stove), we may ask for a refundable security deposit to ensure the kitchen is kept in top notch shape.
We ask that you put the studio back the way you found it. If you use the kitchen, the appliances, equipment, and tabletop items should be cleaned and put away. We ask that the place be broom-clean when you're done. If you'd rather have us do the cleaning and breaking down, we'd be happy to pitch in. Just let us know, so we can calculate the additional charge.