Inside the world of Room 1Hundred, a new restaurant and speakeasy that flawlessly captures the essence of the Prohibition Era, you'll find an infusion of vibrant Latin flavors with Dominican heritage. Alfonsina R. Waters, a visionary designer known for her ability to weave textures and patterns into captivating visual narratives, has meticulously curated a mesmerizing ambiance that transcends time. Upon entering, the bar immediately catches your eye, with its elegant stone counter and facade adorned with intricate brass studded wooden tiles. The bar lounge, a sanctuary of intimate conversations, boasts plush velvet tall back chairs, softly lit by custom brass pendants. The dining areas offer a harmonious blend of textures, with a vibrant chevron mylar wall covering, and hand painted whitewashed metal tiles at the ceiling. Walking through the back corridor feels like a journey into a secret world, with a bronze graffiti mirror spelling the word "Brave" (an homage to the veteran owner) and flush doors that disappear into the veneered walls. Alfonsina R. Waters' design has masterfully brought together Latin cuisine into a speakeasy culture, creating an unforgettable experience where guests can savor tantalizing cuisine amidst a visually captivating backdrop.
Project Open: Fall 2022