Harry’s Table will feature specialty counters including a coffee bar, a gelato and pastry shop, a pizza bar, a pasta lab, a fish counter, a butcher’s counter. A full bar inspired by the glamorous days of mid-century Italy with timber paneling, leather stools and sleek light fixtures takes central role in the space and a more formal restaurant faces the waterfront. A retail component is present throughout the space and includes a selection of high-quality Italian and local products and fresh produce.
Located within Two Waterline Square, one of the three-tower condominium development on the Upper West side, designed by world-renowned architects Richard Meier & Partners, Vinoly architects, and Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Harry’s Table is the first large format culinary experience by the Cipriani family.
A FEAST FOR THE SENSES
Through utilizing honest materials such as timber, terrazzo, tiles and terracotta the idea is to offer not only a multitude of culinary treats but also a vibrant feast for the eyes. Fun graphic signage is matched with classic design details, helping to make Harry’s Table feel fresh and contemporary whilst keeping a strong four generation Italian heritage in mind.