Meyer Davis Studio is a globally recognized New York based design boutique specializing in hospitality projects and is honored to be the designer of famous fashion minds as John Varvatos and Oscar de La Renta’s worldwide boutiques. Today we show you Meyer Davis’s best bar interior design ideas throughout the U.S. .
Bank Bourbon Philadelphia
This speakeasy-style with restaurant bar stools in the lobby of the Loews Hotel prepares innovative and far-reaching Americana dishes, ranging from the berry smoothie on the breakfast menu to the 32-ounce dry-aged cowboy steak on the dinner menu. This is just the “ice-break” to spend your time after work with a traditional bar interior design ideas, where you find wood bar stools with backs.
Bar Margot Atlanta
Bar Margot, located inside Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, is a Ford Fry concept restaurant led by Executive Chef Michael Patria. Bar Margot’s menu injects traditional American cuisine with European and Asian influences. Bar Margot sits off the mezzanine balcony, a luxe lounge with a bar proper and a strange combination of traditional seating, couches, and booths in roughly 15 shades of gray.
Proxi Chicago Bar
Nony and Zimmerman have described the restaurant as more casual compared to Sepia, their fine-dining destination since 2007 in the West Loop. But Proxi’s bar interior design ideas has decadent touches and thoughtful finishes still could make it a spot for special occasions. Oversized leather booths lean against the southern wall, cut off by the central bar. Look for brass-framed mirrors, rustic wood floor planks and custom-designed cement tiles splitting the dining room from the bar and lounge.
Remedy bar at Veil Colorado
With its floor-to-ceiling windows that offer uninterrupted views of the mountains and its large patio lit with fires year-round, The Remedy Bar is the ideal place to relax, share with friends and have a drink. The attractive program of the bar will serve you funny mixes, original elixirs and new versions of the classic cocktails that reflect the why of the name of the bar.
Harlow New York
To edn this list, a mention to Harlow New York, a bar restaurant that closed its doors, but still one of the most iconic Meyer Davis projects. The striking interior, with a sultry blue and grey colour palette, is a blend of Hollywood glamour and sophisticated mischief, and incorporates many eye-catching highlights. These include a grand marble oyster bar complete with a mirrored back bar that features an exquisite hand-painted aquatic scene; a conservatory room flooded with natural light and bordered by an interior wall of cascading ivy, perfect for intimate gatherings over cocktails and private parties; contemporary art installations in the parlour and bar areas, including an original Andy Warhol that guests can appreciate when first entering the restaurant.