Want a little art with your whole animal roast? It's opening day at art-gallery-meets-restaurant Liquid Art House, where you'll be surrounded by paintings and digital installations in all directions as you dine on Rachel Klein's menu of dumplings, meats from the rotisserie, and more.
The space features a giant central room flanked by two smaller rooms, with a circular bar in the main section, just below a three-tiered LU Murano chandelier (dubbed "Lu") made by Fabio Fornasier. For those who don't want to sit for a full dinner, the bar features a menu of small bites, including complimentary snacks like chili-caramel popcorn and marinated olives.
The opening art installation is called "OUTSIDE IN" and features street art by L7M, Tammam Azzam, Antoine Paris, and more. It runs until June 17. Liquid Art House opens at 5 p.m. daily.
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