NoMad restaurant Las Vegas (Nevada, USA)
NoMad Restaurant, the Sydell Group partnership with 2017 World’s Best Restaurant winners chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara, has their highlight collaboration tonight with the NoMad restaurant Las Vegas, soaring ceilings overlooking a three-story library replete with more than 20,000 books.
The sophisticated restaurant interior decor takes its inspiration from the Royal Portuguese Cabinet of Reading in Rio de Janeiro as well as the original NoMad in New York City.
Imported from the New York original, a spiral staircase, as well as a fireplace, an antique carved wood mantle imported from France, and a set of custom three-tiered chandeliers by London’s Dernier-Hamlyn.
Bordeaux velvet gives the room an elegant feeling, covering the chairs and banquets, while pops of emerald, amber, and mahogany liven the space with its parquet floors. What about a luxury addition in this restaurant like a snooker table?
Louix Louis at St Regis Toronto (Toronto, Canada)
A new and welcoming hotel design with a remarkable bar restaurant, is the kind of signature that awaits your visit at St. Regis Toronto. Part of the Marriot hotels chain, this one promises to be a terrific addition to Toronto’s already sizeable luxury hotel market.
Owned by Innvest and designed in partnership by DesignAgency, LOUIX LOUIS balances playful and youthful energies with regal sophistication, living up to the standards of luxury that define the St. Regis.
Inspired by Toronto’s heritage as one of the largest distillery districts in the world during the turn of the 19th century, the dramatic interior is designed to represent the inside of a glistening crystal whiskey glass. Warm light from billowing, bespoke chandeliers refracts throughout, establishing the intimate ambiance. Crowning the scene is a custom 18.5-ft. by 25-ft. ceiling mural by local artist Madison Van Rijn.
At the heart of LOUIX LOUIS is the two-story-high grand bar made of Roma-Imperial marble with sculpted bronze shelving. Curved oak-wood walls, reflective beveled glass, oxblood bar stools, and champagne-colored drapery create the moody atmosphere. The restaurant seating area allows 130 guests with an additional 600-sq.-ft. private-dining space that overlooks the grand bar and restaurant, as well as an outdoor secret garden.
Pergula at Belmond Copacabana Palace (Rio Janeiro, Brazil)
There are three incredible restaurants and two bars to chose from at hotel. Decide between the one Michelin starred Chinese restaurant, Mee (as overseen by celebrity chef Ken Hom), or opt for traditional, Italian elegance at the world renowned Cipriani’s, but the one who offers the best amenities is the newest restaurant, Pergula.
With a gorgeous pool view, relaxed Brazilian/international menu, bright, bold-colored restaurant decor area and a wonderfully relaxed vibe. Sip caipirinha cocktails and listen to samba and jazz tunes into the evening, it’s Rio’s current haunt to see and be seen.
Dean’s One Trick Pony at The LINE Austin (Austin, USA)
When a bar gets named after a host and performer renowned for exuberant nights of live music throughout the ’60s, you know it’s going to be a good one, and Dean’s One Trick Pony, is a liberal dive bar with an impressive list of spirits, wines, cocktails, and beers alongside lip-smacking bar food favourites indulgent enough to soak up all of the former.
With the hotel located in the former Crest Inn, Dean’s One Trick Pony nods its cultural legacy and diverse influences. This being a Sydell Group venture, though, expect a thoroughly contemporary take on the classic dive bar spirit.