Photo [Dim Sum Media] :: Patio

Photo [Dim Sum Media] :: Patio

This project is a 3500 SF Bar & Restaurant in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest DC. The previously vacant building was converted to include a basement kitchen with two levels of bar and dining above, as well as a large outdoor patio. The design uses rustic materials in a refined manner that pays homage to the restaurant’s name sake - a hairy mythological creature that lives in the woods and teaches agriculture and ironmaking to humans (think basque big foot).

Photo :: First Floor Bar

Photo :: First Floor Bar

This project is a 3500 SF Bar & Restaurant in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest DC. The previously vacant building was converted to include a basement kitchen with two levels of bar and dining above, as well as a large outdoor patio. The design uses rustic materials in a refined manner that pays homage to the restaurant’s name sake - a hairy mythological creature that lives in the woods and teaches agriculture and ironmaking to humans (think basque big foot).

Photo :: First Floor Bar

Photo :: First Floor Bar

This project is a 3500 SF Bar & Restaurant in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest DC. The previously vacant building was converted to include a basement kitchen with two levels of bar and dining above, as well as a large outdoor patio. The design uses rustic materials in a refined manner that pays homage to the restaurant’s name sake - a hairy mythological creature that lives in the woods and teaches agriculture and ironmaking to humans (think basque big foot).

Photo [Dim Sum Media] :: Dining

Photo [Dim Sum Media] :: Dining

This project is a 3500 SF Bar & Restaurant in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest DC. The previously vacant building was converted to include a basement kitchen with two levels of bar and dining above, as well as a large outdoor patio. The design uses rustic materials in a refined manner that pays homage to the restaurant’s name sake - a hairy mythological creature that lives in the woods and teaches agriculture and ironmaking to humans (think basque big foot).

Photo [Dim Sum Media] :: Screen Wall

Photo [Dim Sum Media] :: Screen Wall

This project is a 3500 SF Bar & Restaurant in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest DC. The previously vacant building was converted to include a basement kitchen with two levels of bar and dining above, as well as a large outdoor patio. The design uses rustic materials in a refined manner that pays homage to the restaurant’s name sake - a hairy mythological creature that lives in the woods and teaches agriculture and ironmaking to humans (think basque big foot).

Photo :: Bar Cladding

Photo :: Bar Cladding

This project is a 3500 SF Bar & Restaurant in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest DC. The previously vacant building was converted to include a basement kitchen with two levels of bar and dining above, as well as a large outdoor patio. The design uses rustic materials in a refined manner that pays homage to the restaurant’s name sake - a hairy mythological creature that lives in the woods and teaches agriculture and ironmaking to humans (think basque big foot).

Photo :: Main Entry

Photo :: Main Entry

This project is a 3500 SF Bar & Restaurant in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest DC. The previously vacant building was converted to include a basement kitchen with two levels of bar and dining above, as well as a large outdoor patio. The design uses rustic materials in a refined manner that pays homage to the restaurant’s name sake - a hairy mythological creature that lives in the woods and teaches agriculture and ironmaking to humans (think basque big foot).

Photo :: Turret Lighting

Photo :: Turret Lighting

This project is a 3500 SF Bar & Restaurant in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest DC. The previously vacant building was converted to include a basement kitchen with two levels of bar and dining above, as well as a large outdoor patio. The design uses rustic materials in a refined manner that pays homage to the restaurant’s name sake - a hairy mythological creature that lives in the woods and teaches agriculture and ironmaking to humans (think basque big foot).

Photo :: Tap Wall

Photo :: Tap Wall

This project is a 3500 SF Bar & Restaurant in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest DC. The previously vacant building was converted to include a basement kitchen with two levels of bar and dining above, as well as a large outdoor patio. The design uses rustic materials in a refined manner that pays homage to the restaurant’s name sake - a hairy mythological creature that lives in the woods and teaches agriculture and ironmaking to humans (think basque big foot).

Rendering :: Section Perspective

Rendering :: Section Perspective

This project is a 3500 SF Bar & Restaurant in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest DC. The previously vacant building was converted to include a basement kitchen with two levels of bar and dining above, as well as a large outdoor patio. The design uses rustic materials in a refined manner that pays homage to the restaurant’s name sake - a hairy mythological creature that lives in the woods and teaches agriculture and ironmaking to humans (think basque big foot).

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