This unique restaurant was designed by Doug Washington, who spent over a year custom designing all of the lighting and finding unique objects and furnishings for the space.
Eclectic pieces can be seen throughout the restaurant: antique, illuminated wooden snake cages filled with dioramas, most of which were created by set decorator Danielle Quilici and costumer Grace Lee. Additional design elements include barn wood sourced from an old defunct dairy farm in Oregon, a blend of old Canadian and American pennies used as floor tiles around the column bases, two massive garage doors that open up the entire front of the building onto an outdoor patio, embossed wallpaper and old Egyptian crystal sconces.
Perhaps the most defining element in the entire space is the two grand murals in the main dining room - each measuring 35 feet long by 8 feet high. They were painted by artist Freya Prowe and are titled 'Wurtzelkinder' (The Roots Children) and 'Maerchen.' They were created using Sumi ink and tea-stain on paper.