Gaggenau Restaurant DuJour onlineThe insides of Gaggenau ovens have no doubt seen some of the most enviable gourmet meals ever cooked, and Gaggenau cooktops, coffee machines and refrigerators live in some of the most lavish modern kitchens ever built, but the origin story of the brand takes place in a time and space far away from today’s multi-million dollar homes. The manufacturer of professional-quality kitchen appliances was born 333 years ago in the Black Forest of Germany, a feat of longevity not many companies can brag about. To celebrate, Gaggenau has enlisted Eleven Madison Park’s Chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara along with Chef Bryce Shuman and mixologist Eamon Rockey of Betony to bring this faraway time to life in the modern day at a four-night, invite only pop-up restaurant hitting a Chelsea gallery space on September 26.

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