Excerpt from 225 Magazine
The first noticeable change is the space’s brightness. The rooms have been painted white to allow natural light to bounce off the walls. Chairs and booths have also been upholstered with a fresh green color to up the vibrance of the rooms. The most eye-catching feature, however, is the raw bar. Located to the right of the entrance—where the restaurant’s original, compact bar area once was—the colorful, airy space greets diners as soon as they arrive. It has been opened up to offer more bar seating and a glass window providing a view of the oyster prep. It offers a bit of entertainment to anyone seated at the bar, and its metallic finishes, globe pendant lights and green-tiled countertop help modernize the space.