The entire restaurant can seat up to 120 guests or accommodate up to 250 for cocktails and hors d'ouvres. The main dining room features a central dining room that is a visual feast of wood crown molding and wing-backed chairs, lit by handcrafted chandeliers. The stylish 11-seat bar is situated adjacent to the Wine Room, which opens to the artisanal cheese shop. The Wine Room's notable features include a retractable roof for open-air dining and a herringbone-patterned wine wall. On the opposing side of the space a Private Dining Room features an antique glass wall and original Toulouse-Lautrec print. The overall effect is that of a neighborhood gathering place infused with understated luxury.
The Wine Room can seat up to 40 guests or accommodate up to 75 for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. With its retractable roof and white-washed wooden beams, it calls to mind a European alfresco dining experience. It features a herringbone-pattern wine wall and acid wash concrete floors.