The new Faux Pas
is a 6,000-square-foot bistro with a patio dining area, an airy open bar, large red booths lining the space, and a private room. Spacecraft Group's Kristofer Keith is behind the design of the venue, which opened in April and has an entrance chandelier composed of about 25 different glass and metal light fixtures. The open space is divided into two sections and features an open roof mimosa bar that anchors the entrance and allows natural light to stream in. The main dining area is surrounded by exposed brick, raw stone, and mirrors, and is filled with vintage wooden tables and chairs with a large rustic fireplace. The other side of the bistro has large red banquettes, wooden tables, a fireplace, and glass and wooden cabinets filled with vintage pieces. The private room is covered with red walls, draped with red velvet curtains and filled with antique framed artwork for about eight seated guests. There's also a back bar section with room for about 20.
Photo: Courtesy of Faux Pas