09 Sep 2016
Iconic Chelsea restaurant and bar, Bluebird returns this September after a beautiful refurbishment, re-establishing it as the place to be seen in SW3. Officially re-opening on Wednesday 21st September, designers Sagrada (Sartoria and The Arts Club) have revealed two sneak-peeks of the new interior to get those black books all aflutter.
Paying homage to the building’s heritage as the first garage of the Bluebird Motor Company in 1923, the original steel frame of the atrium has been lovingly refreshed with bold red accenting. The restaurant’s rich hues and use of mixed materials create an inviting environment no matter the time of day.
Diners can take a seat at one of the many vibrant custom-made velvet and leather-backed chairs from Celia Birtwell. Ruby red bar stools adorn the centrally illuminated curved metal bar – perfect for casual sipping of the extensive cocktail list. The charming dining room has been completed with heavy drapes which offer a touch of privacy for an intimate date or a quiet business meeting.
With a new Executive Head Chef, the refreshed food offering at Bluebird is just as enticing as the interiors. Chef Liam Smith-Laing’s menus will feature simple, fresh and honest dishes inspired by the best of Modern European cooking, made using the finest ingredients.
Distributed on behalf of D&D, September 2016
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