WASHINGTON. In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, two Black-owned brands partner to make dining magic in Atlanta, Georgia. Luxury dinnerware brand Kultured.Kitchens paired with Breakfast at Barneys, a breakfast/brunch eatery and part daytime social club. Kultured.Kitchens exclusively curated a dinner plate to compliment the stylish ambiance and decadent comfort food offered in celebration of Breakfast at Barneys’ first anniversary. With a gold rim and high gloss finish, the porcelain dish is a replica of a chic black and white pattern that is a prominent interior design feature of the eatery.
The menu offering for this special occasion is the immaculate Mansa Musa Tower. The $1000 menu showstopper includes14 karat gold pancakes, the yard bird platter, fried lobster and grits, one bottle of Perrier-Jouët, and one bottle of Armand De Brignac “Ace of Spades.” Breakfast at Barneys is the first to have a Black-owned company supply dinnerware as their manufacturer. The Mansa Musa plate will also be available for purchase exclusively at the restaurant. “This partnership proves that there is a need for artisan products within Black restaurants, reflecting the heart and soul of what brings us together to the table – the heritage of community and family,” reflects Kultured.Kitchens Owner and Curator, Adowah Lofton. For more information about Breakfast at Barneys, visit breakfastatbarneys.com.