Allocated in the rear, the bar becomes a true destination to grab a drink in the cosy warm seats under brass ball pendant lights. The bar top is in white carrara marble, deep enough for dining, and the bar block is vertically covered in whitewashed scaffolding. High whitewashed tables with brushed brass legs invite casual dining between the third photographic wall print on one side and the waterfront view on the other. Vertical whitewashed scaffolding on all walls around the bar create a rural statement, highlighted by the brass rails which display large blackboards with the chef’s daily choice and accommodate the menus. All technical installations for the bar are positioned within the counter volume to create clear views and a sense of light.
A metallic gold sheer curtain that can be closed for special events separates the wine tasting room from the main restaurant. Full-height mirrors on both short sides make the room look endless, and the wine shelves infinite. With the curtain closed, this space is fully separated, filtering out exterior influences.