The Ferris Restaurant was created by LA-based design studio Mai and now serves seasonal New American fare in a modern and artisanal space.
The restaurant was built underneath New York's Made hotel that opened in early 2018 in downtown Manhattan. The space features French and American design elements, with white oak walls and weathered spruce beams -- setting the tone for chef Greg Proechel's one-of-a-kind cuisine. The interior is surprisingly bright and filled with natural light for a basement space, with a large sunroom that serves as a waiting area and cocktail section.
The new Ferris Restaurant boasts a luxury design with a matching menu, making it a must-see for hotel guests as well as locals.
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