You might be under the impression that you live in a small space.
This may be the case, however, I can guarantee that it is not as tiny as professional chef Grayson Altenberg’s new apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
A recent New York transplant from the Midwest, the 22-year-old moved into a 100-square-foot studio this summer and hasn’t regretted his decision. Yet.
A line cook at Lincoln Ristorante, we were intrigued that a restaurant professional could stand to live in a space that has no counter tops for slicing, dicing, and chopping — not to mention a stove.
Turns out, he’s perfectly capable of making a delicious dish with just a hot plate, mini fridge, and portable tray. Take a look at his process, and a (very quick) tour of his place.