By Caroline Biggs

Published on July 1, 2014

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Interior design firm Meyer Davis crafted the eclectic look of the venue—located at the bustling corner of 57th St. and 6th Ave.—with an emphasis on retro-era minimalist modern design with splashes of the 1800’s, time periods that were of major influx in the history of New York City.

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Executive Chef Braden Reardon serves an artisanal menu focused on locally sustainable fresh fish and shellfish while award-winning mixologist Christian Sanders serves up custom-crafted cocktails, such as the house drink, The Wayfarer, which features hints of agave and black cardamom.

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Another source of inspiration for the space was the Campbell apartment in Grand Central Terminal, which was formerly the private office and salon of 1920’s tycoon John W. Campbell.

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Throughout the restaurant’s dining room, a mix of 70’s era modern art installations are sprinkled with black and white photos of disco-era icons like Diana Ross and Mick Jagger.

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Red-lit neon signs display “The Wayfarer” hanging in the second-story windows overlooking– a hint to the outside world the electricity of the space that lies within.