Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Casey Dunn

Clark's Oyster Bar

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Sede
Austin
Anno
2012
Costo
Non dichiarato
Piani
Non dichiarato
Team
Burnish & Plumb (general contractor), NDLI (landscape architect), Floyd Goodrich (structural engineer), TTG Goetting (MEP engineer), Clayton Korte (architecture), Clayton Korte in collaboration with McGuire Moorman Hospitality (interior design)

A remodel of the former Portabla restaurant (and an auto repair shop before that), Clayton Korte worked closely with the owner to revitalize this 1,400 square foot gem from the inside out. A refreshed kitchen with all new equipment opens up to the bar and dining area, clustered around a 300 gallon aquarium. The material and color palette —stained wood, polished stone, patterned tile and saturated classic hues — is simple yet rich with subtle nautical cues to reflect the menu. Inside, diners can opt to sit at the marble-topped Oyster Bar, pecan-topped bar looking into the working kitchen, or at a quieter dining table just past the aquarium. Outside, awnings covering the wood deck and standing bar create an air of intimacy.

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