A new restaurant has recently opened in midtown Manhattan and doubles as a culinary center and garden. Restaurant Le Pavillion was designed by Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld in collaboration with renowned French chef Daniel Boulud. Together, these two visionaries have erected a unique restaurant that embraces the natural environment.
Upon entering Le Pavilion, guests are confronted by a curated space filled with lush shrubs and trees that encircle a series of dining tables. The dining room comfortably accommodates 120 guests and features high ceilings, which lend a feeling of grandeur. To create a warm and intimate atmosphere, spotlights are positioned around the shrubbery, and the walls are clad with a series of wooden panels.
This design is unique; however, the space does not compromise service and offers a traditional restaurant experience in an unparalleled environment.
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