Vanillawood x Trader Vic’s
The design for the restaurant’s 250-seat dining space takes its lead from classic Trader Vic’s iconography (tribal masks, tiki carvings, tapa cloth and woven grass wall coverings), while seamlessly integrating contemporary and salvaged materials. Flooring throughout the restaurant is made of reclaimed shipping dunnage; the bar and tabletops feature live-edge, solid slabs of Walnut; and guests are treated to Oregon’s ﬁrst live, interior vertical plant wall alongside a stacked-stone slate water feature as they enter the space.
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