Architecture firm Snøhetta has worked with Bronx-based cooking collective Ghetto Gastro to create a jet-black eatery in Tokyo that will house immersive dining experiences.
African cultures have a rich history that predates much of what we know of today as “western civilization” and their contributions therein to technology and craftsmanship can’t be understated. As such, the folks at Ghetto Gastro seek to pay homage to said tech and craftsmanship with their African-inspired OGÛN chef knife. Crafted in collaboration with Japanese brands Sakai Takayuki and Yanagi Knife, the project was directly influenced by the life of Yasuke, the first-recorded samurai of African descent,
Ghetto Gastro’s “Bronx Baldwin” long-sleeve T-shirt, featuring a portrait of James Baldwin, is part of a collection that honors some of the legends educated at the Bronx’s DeWitt Clinton High School. Initially released last year, the shirt—which was designed by New Studio—has been made for all genders and comes in size small to XXL.
Accompanied by the relaunch of its monthly newsletter. 1 of 7 2 of 7 3 of 7 4 of 7 5 of 7 6 of 7 7 of 7 To celebrate Black History Month, Ghetto Gastro, will be launching a series of limited releases, accompanied by the relaunch of its monthly newsletter. Set to arrive February 15, the resurrection of Ghetto Gastro’s newsletter will see an updated monthly document filled with upcoming news from creators, product drops, news related to the diaspora and more. Additionally, subscribers of the newsletter
Our dedicated series, Booked x Busy, is all about shining a light on the entrepreneurs and brands that embody Black excellence. With chef collective Ghetto Gastro, there's no such thing as too many cooks in the kitchen. Add a dash of swag and consistent hustle to this supergroup of culinary enthusiasts and you have a recipe for world domination. Founded in 2012, Ghetto Gastro consists of Bronx natives Jon Gray, Pierre Serrao and Lester Walker who have been at the forefront of serving up food with a hearty helping
Logan Browning & Ghetto Gastro Link Up With Diageo To Celebrate The Culture’s Global Influence At PLANET AFROPUNK
Crown Royal Regal Apple, CÎROC Vodka and Tequila Don Julio showed up and showed out at the PLANET AFROPUNK 2020 Digital Festival where they created exclusive experiences in collaboration with culture-makers that spark meaningful conversation with cocktails at the heart of each curated moment. Source: Taylor Strategy The 3-day ‘Black cultural explosion’ provided a safe space to explore everything from politics and social justice, meditation and Black self-care to the trend-setting cultural hot-takes emanating
NEW YORK - Three chefs from the Bronx have formed "Ghetto Gastro," a collective who are out to prove that the borough has a thriving food scene. Calling themselves "Culinary Storytellers," Ghetto Gastro is made up of Lester Walker, Pierre Serrao, and Jon Gray. They say their love of food started young, and has grown into a sucessful business venture. The group began with private word-of-mouth dinner parties called "Freestyle Fridays." Now, their goal is to begin to use their cooking to educate people about various
NEW YORK— Made by Gather has teamed its Crux kitchen electrics brand with Ghetto Gastro, a Bronx, NY-born culinary collective, to launch with Williams Sonoma an exclusive collaboration of boldly designed, premium small appliances positioned against a theme of advancing social justice through food. Ghetto Gastro is a collective of top chefs and thought leaders who utilize food to empower communities and advance social justice by igniting conversations around race, class and inclusion. A collection of CRUXGG
The CRUXGG Kitchenware Collection is Stylish The CRUXGG kitchenware collection has been unveiled as a new collaboration between three members of Ghetto Gastro as well as CRUX and Williams Sonoma to offer chefs a demure range of appliances. The collection of appliances includes a coffee maker, toaster, waffle iron, blender and more that are all characterized by their all-black finish that is deviated from only with strategic pops of red color. Each of the products are built with a stylish aesthetic, but are still