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Summer in the City: The Musket Room in Nolita

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Summer in the City: The Musket Room in Nolita

Julie Carlson June 02, 2014

Matt Lambert, an Aukland native, New York-based restauranteur Jennifer Vitagliano, and designers Alexander Evangelou and James Waterworth of London-based Alexander Waterworth Interiors are behind the Musket Room in Nolita, one of the prettiest (and leafiest) restaurants in NYC. 

Photos by Emily Andrews via The Musket Room.

Above: A live-edge wood bar adds an organic note to the interior while giant leafy arrangements introduce a touch of color to the neutral space.

Above: An exposed brick wall keeps things rustic.

Above: Teal upholstered banquettes line one wall.

Above: Scalloped tiling extends from the bar.

Above: A view of the patio.

Above: Lambert grows his own herbs in the rear garden.

Like the look of Alexander Waterworth’s interiors? Check out three more projects by the firm: An Italian Farmhouse (Replete with Pastels)Hally’s Parsons Green and Kerbisher & Malt. On Gardenista, discover Brooklyn’s Only Flower Shop in a Bar.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on August 1, 2013 as part of our Entertaining: Summer Edition issue.

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