Palo Santo is a restaurant located in Brooklyn, New york. The charming establishment resides within the first floor of an old-fashioned townhouse. Aligned with the surrounding environment, the venue flaunts an urban aesthetic with exposed brick walls and industrial light fixtures.
The cozy space boasts a dynamic layout with multiple levels for dining. Details like bundles of logs add a homey feel to the stone room. Rustic wooden accents such as railings section the space into smaller functional areas. To one side sits a large arched glass door which may be opened to allow fresh air inside. In the evening, low ambient lighting illuminates the room, creating an intimate atmosphere. A small outdoor patio surrounded by brick walls and greenery is also available for additional space.
Palo Santo can accommodate private events of up to 35 seated or 45 standing guests. The room may also be extended into the front dining area to host events of up to 60 people. The restaurant offers seasonal cuisine influenced by Latin America and the Caribbean. Jacques Gautier, the innovative chef, keeps the menu fresh and exciting by making daily changes to it. The dishes are all crafted with market ingredients that are sourced through sustainable methods.