Restaurant Projects T-Doug's Just - Opened Carlile Room

Restaurant Projects: T-Doug's Just-Opened Carlile Room

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Restaurant Projects T-Doug's Just - Opened Carlile Room

Restaurant Projects: T-Doug’s Just-Opened Carlile Room | Here is the latest project from Tom Douglas is here, and the just-opened The Carlile Room at 9th and Pine is a shift of the more personal nature. T-Doug has long been a theatre—and, as it turns out, show tunes—enthusiast, and his new 4000-square-foot restaurant immediately across from the Paramount (where his company has been the concessioner for the last decade) is named for one of his favorite performers, rock/folk/country singer Brandi Carlile.

Decor-wise, Douglas followed through on the 1968-inspired style he promised for the Carlile in May: a larger-than-life cutout of Bob Dylan sets the tone in the southeast corner of 120-seat restaurant (immediately to the left upon entering), and the bar menu includes different sections for the likes of Joan Baez and June Cleaver. The restaurant, then, is an homage to a turning point in America “when the shit hit the fan,” as Douglas puts it, as well as a throwback to his personal history in Seattle, he says, reminiscent of the brass and fern bars where he first worked in this city.
The lighting choices were the best with some DelightFULL‘s Neil Suspension and Norah Suspension at the enter room. The mid century modern lamps fit perfect on the retro ambiance and they are that special detail that any room needs, so classy and distinct. See the full project on Eater page.
Restaurant Projects T-Doug's Just - Opened Carlile Room

Decor-wise, Douglas followed through on the 1968-inspired style he promised for the Carlile in May: a larger-than-life cutout of Bob Dylan sets the tone in the southeast corner of 120-seat restaurant (immediately to the left upon entering), and the bar menu includes different sections for the likes of Joan Baez and June Cleaver. The restaurant, then, is an homage to a turning point in America “when the shit hit the fan,” as Douglas puts it, as well as a throwback to his personal history in Seattle, he says, reminiscent of the brass and fern bars where he first worked in this city.

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Norah Suspension in black.
 


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