Renovation at Bouley Restaurant
by Eric Wasnick
Monday, August 08, 2011

Even a partial renovation of any restaurant space can be an enormous undertaking. What about a NYC restaurant with over 32 tons of limestone from Versailles, a hand carved fireplace, and a 19th century inspired oak and walnut floors? Enter Bouley Restaurant in downtown Tribeca, which has just completed a remodeling of its private dining room called the Red Room. The Red Room’s décor brings experiential dining to a whole new level, whisking restaurant goers to the south of France.

Bouley's opulent private dining space features a 15th century antique stone staircase with an 18th century restored 9ft walnut door. The private dining room pays tribute to Bouley's original restaurant with inviting red walls and a gold accented ceiling. Anywhere from 10 to 50 guests may now enjoy four-star Chef Bouley's modern French cuisine in a private and elegant setting.

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