Woodward at Ames Hotel
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Off of the lobby of Ames Hotel Boston, the two story hotel restaurant is also a contrast of eras, merging the historical context with a touch of … Read More
Off of the lobby of Ames Hotel Boston, the two story hotel restaurant is also a contrast of eras, merging the historical context with a touch of the modern day dandy. It is called Woodward, named for a tavern once owned by Almanac author Nathaniel Ames. Each floor will feature a main bar as well as a formal dining area, with finishes inspired by bespoke men’s tailoring with subtle unexpected details. The main feature of the restaurant is the “Cabinet of Curiosities” on the second floor, a Victorian-inspired shelving throughout the dining space that will be curated with over 200 hand selected objects of inspiration. Windsor chairs, epoxied in high gloss white finish, will be scattered throughout the restaurant, complimenting the wood paneled walls washed in a milky enamel. Read Less
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Courtesy of Morgans Hotel Group