- Designed to accommodate 55 seats for patrons, centered around Caitlin’s kitchen where meals are prepared.
- The act of teaching people how to cook is woven throughout the CWC brand, and is reflected in the restaurant design.
- Paneled wood ceilings with long, narrow overhead lights complement the shape of the building, while chandeliers and strategic windows provide additional light.
- A limited palette of materials defines the clean and crisp interiors: concrete, wood and stainless steel take center stage.
This impressive renovation—and the brick and mortar realization of the wildly popular “Cooking with Caitlin” brand—transformed a vacant former car-wash building into an inviting restaurant space. The design is casual and comfortable, reflecting the art of teaching people how to cook that is intrinsic to the restaurant’s ethos.