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Posts tagged restaurant
I would love to have dinner at this place.
“Newly-opened in Stockholm, Nosh and Chow is an innovative, upmarket townhouse linked to the city’s trendsetting Berns boutique hotel. Tables are hard to come by – but Berns guests can more easily reserve, and charge meals back to their hotel room. January 9th, Berns opened Nosh and Chow, a converted, swanky townhouse ten minutes away, inside Stockholm’s Golden Triangle, which seats 150 guests. It functions like a Soho House-style club and centers around a brasserie du monde restaurant, with support from various bars and lounges. In addition, an upscale speakeasy bar, Bernie’s, is located in the building’s ‘yard house’.
The atmosphere is intimate: a members’ club with no official membership list; a place to see and be seen. In autumn 2013, a second, 60-seat restaurant will open with its own style on the first floor, while four hotel/event suites will follow in winter. Nosh and Chow isn’t exclusive to Berns clients, but availability is already sorely limited and guests at Berns can pre-book via the hotel’s Concierge, and also charge meals back to their room tab.”
A great cocktail list, italian pizza and great conceptual interior makes this a new hotspot in SohoLondon’s dining scene. The decor is casual, trendy and laidback. 52 North Bar & Kitchen is decorated by 44th Hill. It is balanced perfectly with the the laidback interior of brick walls, wooden interior and graphic design elements, and it brings the interior one step up.
Copenhagen Summer Cityguide by Normann Copenhagen.
Photo from Restaurant Radio by Anders Schønnemann.
designphase dba were engaged to create a fully integrated design solution, providing not only the interior design, but visual identity, logo and branding as well. This 5000 square foot Grand Bar & Brasserie, located at the award winning Asia Square development, has got a distinctly metropolitan feel. The desire was to create a place to suit the existing and future tenants of Asia Square, who predominately operate in the financial and legal sectors; bankers, traders, lawyers and alike without alienating anybody. ‘The Exchange’ was named to engage its target audience providing a comfortable, high-end and simultaneously informal place to have breakfast, coffee, lunch, drinks and dinner.