A mezzanine bar and restaurant at New York’s Public Theater is inspired
by the idea of a vintage library. The space didn’t exist before Rockwell Group’s
renovation, which created a cozy, hidden space out of a previously
What if the New York Public Library had a secret club?
A larger renovation carved out a new, secret-feeling space.
The bar is illuminated by a striking custom cast iron steel frame chandelier.
A cozy corner for pre- or post-theater conversation.
Millwork is made of cerused oak.
Guests are greeted at a hostess station made of custom cabinetry that displays books and other props. Inside, rich textures with vintage patina create a lived-in feeling.