Bootleggers

Greyson and I went out for dinner last night at a place that he has been telling me about for a few weeks now.  The interior design was so cute and the food was great, so I thought I would share!

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This is the view of the place when you walk in.  The restaurant is dimly lit and has sort of a luxe speak-easy vibe.  If there has never been such a thing, there is now!

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 I love those bright orange Tolix chairs and the tables are like a galvanized metal.  The addition of the tufted benches and booths add in the classic design element that keeps the space from seeming too stark and industrial.

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 The bar is pretty rustic, and the stools there are in the same Tolix style as the chairs.  Greyson said that the bartender told him that they used a lot of reclaimed wood in the design.

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 There’s an area in the back of the restaurant with high-tops and TVs.  Still super cute, and I love that it’s not your typical sterile sports bar — a non-sports fanatic could still enjoy him/herself here, even in this designated area!

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 And how cool are these mason jar chandeliers!  I have no idea if these were DIY projects or not, but there are two of them and they are outfitted with Edison bulbs which adds a little bit of extra interest.

I can’t write a post about this restaurant without mentioning the food, which was great.  I had the Beet Salad with turkey and a side of Mac and Cheese, which was, OMG, awesome.  Highly recommend for all you Phoenix/Scottsdale peeps who want a good place to eat with design pretty much anyone can appreciate.

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