...Be­cause It Looks So Good!

VM&RD - - INDUSTRY -

If you hear the name The Black Rab­bit, it won’t make any sense. Well, that’s the point. You see a board like that on a prime lo­ca­tion like 100 Feet Road in Ben­galuru and it is bound to raise your cu­rios­ity. That’s how this all new bar and restau­rant cre­ates a strong re­call value. The space be­hind that façade too falls no short of awe.

Apart of Es­cape Hos­pi­tal­ity, The Black Rab­bit with its invit­ing lo­ca­tion draws cus­tomers to blow off some steam. The de­sign ac­com­mo­dates the dual pur­poses –- for peo­ple to chill out with some beer or party on the week­end. Ear­lier the place housed a restau­rant. Peo­ple who’ve vis­ited that restau­rant would be taken aback at the to­tal trans­for­ma­tion of the place. The Black Rab­bit is a 3,000 sq. ft space with dif­fer­ent zones -- ex­te­rior, in­te­rior, dou­ble height and mez­za­nine -- to suit the vary­ing pref­er­ences of dis­cern­ing guests. The façade of the restau­rant doesn’t re­veal any­thing of the inside. Just like the name, the façade with its blank white wall raises cu­rios­ity. You walk in, and it is a treat to your eyes. A muted colour pal­ette greets you with nat­u­ral greens bring­ing life into the space. With nat­u­rally treated wood ta­bles, aged brick floor­ing, cast iron ta­ble base and the green­ery, the space gives the vibe of a sea­soned space rather than a new one. The wood ta­bles are re­cy­cled oak that has been weath­ered for over 50 years. The de­sign draws in­spi­ra­tion from the Euro­pean barn look. The chairs give a very or­ganic feel, as ex­pe­ri­enced in a Euro­pean café or farm house. With nat­u­ral light en­ter­ing through the roof, the ex­te­rior warms up to­wards the cus­tomer.

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