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A Homey (but Subtly Luxe) Restaurant in Columbia County

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A Homey (but Subtly Luxe) Restaurant in Columbia County

Julie Carlson November 14, 2016

Husband-and-wife team Sarah and Nick Suarez, veterans of beloved NYC/Brooklyn dining institutions such as Marlow & Sons, Romans, Gramercy Tavern, and the Modern, moved to Columbia County not long ago to open Gaskins, their first culinary joint effort in Germantown, New York. The interiors by Brooklyn-based Studio Tack are spare and simple, in keeping with the building’s humble heritage (it was once a five-and-dime and later a grocery store) and the low-key but stealth luxury vibe of Columbia County.

Gaskins Restaurant

Above: The custom tables are by Jason Roskey of Fern Studio. Photograph by Samantha Goh, courtesy of And North.

Gaskins Restaurant

Above: Sarah takes care of the flower arrangements, sourcing her blooms from local growers such as Cedar Farm, Whistledown, and Tiny Hearts. A vintage mirror reflects the afternoon sunlight. Photograph by Samantha Goh, courtesy of And North.

Gaskins Bar

Above: A row of bentwood barstools lines the bar. Photograph by Samantha Goh, courtesy of And North.

Gaskins Table

Above: The couple sources ingredients from local businesses such as Kinderhook Farm. Photograph by Mikael Kennedy, courtesy of Gaskins.

Gaskins Table

Above: A simple evening table setting. Photograph by Mikael Kennedy, courtesy of Gaskins.

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Above L: The exterior is painted a dark gray. Above R: A detail of the penny-tiled entryway. Photograph by Mikael Kennedy courtesy of Gaskins.

Gaskins in Germantown

Above: The exterior at night. Photograph by Mikael Kennedy, courtesy of Gaskins.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on August 14, 2015.

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