Shop the Room: Nolita's Coolest Kiwi Restaurant
We have a soft spot for Kiwis, so it's no surprise we fell hard for The Musket Room, a restaurant in Manhattan's Nolita neighborhood inspired by the spirit and diverse cuisine of New Zealand. While Kiwi chef/owner Matt Lambert's local and seasonal offerings, like slow-poached Ora salmon and corned wagyu tongue, reflect Asian influences and Old World traditions, the interior design by Alexander Waterworth Interiors has a more rustic and contemporary style.Walking into The Musket Room, guests are greeted by a striking 20-foot walnut bar, which sits atop artful scalloped cement flooring. The designers used a combination of raw materials, like exposed lime-washed brick, and rich live-edge walnut timber to create the welcoming and casual atmosphere.
|Chicago Antique Thin Brick Veneer Tile, $10 Per Square Foot, Vintage Brick Salvage||Bergman Dining Table, $795, Organic Modernism||Reclaimed Weathered Wood White, $13 Per Square Foot, Stikwood|
|Black Cord Pendant, $750, Brendan Ravenhill||Ablaze Candleholder, $6, CB2||Chicago Two-Arm Table Lamp, $695, Rejuvenation|
|Shanghai Chair, From $395, Organic Modernism||Arteriors Bookshelf, $4032, Zinc Door||Tour Wine Glass, $13, Crate & Barrel|