The legendary beginnings of Gaggenau are as storied as the Black Forest from which they came. The forging of a single nail brought with it the beginning of the industrial age. From iron ore and carbon in 1683, to luxury ovens and appliances 333-years later, the innovation and precision of Gaggenau are as integral to the brand as the namesake town in which Gaggenau created its first nail.
Debuting in New York City, Restaurant 1683 brought together three Michelin star chef Daniel Humm and partner Will Guidara with former Eleven Madison Park alumni chef Bryce Shuman and Eamon Rockey. The team worked tableside to create inspired culinary declarations fitting 333-years of preparation.
Restaurant 1683, the latest innovation from Gaggenau, creates an unprecedented multi-sensory experience that inspires and overwhelms the senses with precision and luxury. Experience the exquisite culmination of 333-years of innovative craftsmanship as Restaurant 1683 continues to change how connoisseurs interact with culinary culture.