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The Summeriest Restaurant in New York?

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The Summeriest Restaurant in New York?

Julie Carlson August 04, 2013

Matt Lambert, an Auckland native, and designers Alexander Evangelou and James Waterworth of London-based Alexander Waterworth Interiors are behind the newly opened Musket Room in Nolita, possibly the prettiest (and leafiest) new restaurant in NYC. 

Photos by Emily Andrews via The Musket Room.

Above: A live-edge wood bar adds an organic note to the interior.

Above: An exposed brick wall keeps things rustic.

Above: Giant leafy arrangements add a touch of color to the neutral space.

Above: Teal upholstered banquettes line one wall.

Above: Scalloped tiling extends from the bar.

Above: A view of the patio.

Above: Lambert grows his own herbs in the rear garden.

Like the look of Alexander Waterworth’s interiors? Check out two more projects by the firm: Hally’s Parsons Green and Kerbisher & Malt.

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