The split-level, historic building is covered in a delicate, earth-toned color palate wash. The furnishings and structural elements incorporate natural materials – worn wood, rustic metal, soft leather, and linen. A zinc-top, horseshoe-shaped bar in the main dining room that can seat over a dozen guests. Old hardwood floors and exposed beams enhance the utilitarian design of the dining room. A mix of soft, striped fabric banquettes and vintage chairs provide seating for 160 diners.
Additionally, JCT. Kitchen can accommodate seated dinners up to 50 guests in a semi-private dining space, or from 50 to 125 guests with cocktail receptions in our upper level JCT. Bar.