For Black Tap's Las Vegas flagship, Rockwell Group mixed the restaurant’s signature motifs and familiar luncheonette atmosphere with the classic architecture of its location, The Venetian. White glazed subway tiles, custom monochrome flooring, neon signage, and street art-inspired installations add an urban feel.
Excitement and anticipation build as spaces and perspectives are slowly revealed to guests as they travel through the restaurant.
Founder and Chef Joe Isidori launched the first Black Tap in Soho with a true Downtown New York aesthetic of painted brick, plywood, subway tile, and neon. Fueled by childhood nostalgia, Isidori infuses Black Tap’s strictly black and white palette with references to 80s and 90s New York, hip hop, and pop art.
A wall-sized boom box defines the entrance to the Private Dining Room. The stereo speakers are carved out to create two round booths, offering portals into the rich color palette beyond.