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.