Architectural Digest: Frank Sinatra and Brad Pitt’s Former Hangout Will Be Replaced with This Restaurant

An exclusive look inside the private room of Verlaine, which will open in the former Dominick’s space on March 31
The room is a mix of deco, Bauhaus, and mid-century design. 
Photo: Carla Choy Photography
The room is a mix of deco, Bauhaus, and mid-century design.
All the paintings in the space are mid-century from various artists, other then Hechter's grandmother, Natalie Hechter's paintings, like the one shown to the left of the fireplace.
Photo: Carla Choy Photography
All the paintings in the space are mid-century from various artists, other then Hechter’s grandmother, Natalie Hechter’s paintings, like the one shown to the left of the fireplace.
For the bar, "we wanted to incorporate the idea of a stepped pyramid throughout the room," says Hechter.
Photo: Carla Choy Photography
For the bar, “we wanted to incorporate the idea of a stepped pyramid throughout the room,” says Hechter.
We were actually able to design and build out so many details that we had studied and been inspired by. The space was a natural homage to all of the amazing design influence," says Munoz, the designer.
Photo: Carla Choy Photography
We were actually able to design and build out so many details that we had studied and been inspired by. The space was a natural homage to all of the amazing design influence,” says Munoz, the designer.
The chairs are mid-century by designer Ward Bennett. 
Photo: Carla Choy Photography
The chairs are mid-century by designer Ward Bennett.
One of Hechter's grandmother's paintings, a Santa Fe-based formally trained artist, adds more color to the already vibrant space.
Photo: Carla Choy Photography
One of Hechter’s grandmother’s paintings, a Santa Fe-based formally trained artist, adds more color to the already vibrant space.

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