For their first collaboration with Emmanuel Nony from Sepia Restaurant and Chef Andrew Zimmerman, Meyer Davis has designed an elegant, midcentury American brasserie with an emphasis on global street cuisine. The team has embraced the existing architecture of old Warner Printing Company, highlighting the beauty of its remnants. Barrel vaulted ceilings are up-lit, and existing columns are clad in soldier stacked blue tile, with blackened steel strapping details. Walls are clad in a light washed wood, with inset tinted mirror and brass details. The restaurant offers a total of 150 seats including multiple seating vignettes, creating opportunities for varying gatherings. The picturesque bar boasts a statuary stone top, leather quilted upholstery of high top seating at the front, and a wood and brass detailed back bar, with elegant pendant lighting and floors laid with bright blue cement tiles in a pattern custom designed by Meyer Davis. The full menu will be available at the 12 seat bar to keep the experiences consistent. Glass doors and windows swing out to the street to offer outside seating on the sidewalk as well. Various banquettes hug the perimeter, with custom sconces illuminating their parties. The central main dining room is flanked by long custom leather banquettes, while the interior they create is filled with leather dining chairs and cleaned up warehouse pendants hung by fabric cable from the sky high ceilings. For serious diners, a chef's table in the back faces an open working kitchen, framed by fluted glass and white subway tile. Zimmerman wanted to feel more connected to the dining room and guests, therefore his dream kitchen came alive in the open kitchen design. The private dining space is located beside the kitchen, with dark oak paneling, custom dining tables, and floor to ceiling drapery, creating a romantic and friendly interior.