Ten tables, each sixty feet long, continuously run through from the kitchen to the dining area. Both patrons and dining staff share the same table. Food is both prepared on the same table as it is eaten.
Diners are excluded from all views of Niagara Falls. Instead, the dining experience will consist of watching the shadows of the cooks and chefs as they prepare the meals.
Workers have the coveted views of the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. The everyday experience of the workers will consist of food preparation on while cantilevering into the air beyond the cliff face.
Status: School Project