Oklahoma City G&CC Serves Up $2.25-Million Kitchen Makeover

By | June 6th, 2011

The newly remodeled 4,000 square foot kitchen includes new electrical, plumbing and other mechanical systems

Compared to the space it replaces, the new kitchen at Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club’s, Nichols Hills, Okla is positively smokin’, reports NewsOk.com.

As part of the $2.25 million kitchen makeover, the newly remodeled 4,000 square foot kitchen includes new electrical, plumbing and other mechanical systems—critical for upgrading a 1953 kitchen carved into a 1922 clubhouse—and includes between $600,000 and $700,000 worth of new ovens and grills and other appliances, tables and other equipment, including a 1,100-pound-capacity rotisserie smoker that, once built in, accounted for about $25,000 of the country club’s $2.25 million kitchen makeover.

Walk-in refrigerated space was installed on a new slab in a bump-out to save working kitchen space. Downstairs from the kitchen came improvements to shipping-and-receiving and the chilled butcher shop.

A chef’s table in a second, smaller space inside the chef’s glass-enclosed office provides a private space for parties of six to eight.

The renovations were completed just in time for the club’s centennial this year.

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