Taking the old "Pub" and creating a four star restaurant took a bit of doing. After gutting the space, we began by creating deeply coffered ceilings.
To visually separate the bar from the formal dining, we created a broken buffer wall topped with twin columns.
Moldings and fluted columns were added, as we began "antiquing" the interior.
Here's looking through the dividers at the new bar location during construction.
And the same view, finished, furnished and ready for business.
A view along the length of the bar, showing off the large rustic tiles covering the floor
Beveled mirrors in formal Palladium frames, which copied the mullions in the windows, were placed along the back bar and the other walls so everyone has a view of the room, no matter where they sit
Rich tapestry fabrics, fine marbles, deep earthy colors, and dark mahagony furnishings create an elegant setting for cocktails and fine dining.