Client Feature: Tiny Tavern’s Crafted Cocktails Shine on Ambrosia Maple
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Client Feature: Tiny Tavern’s Crafted Cocktails Shine on Ambrosia Maple

Posted on: November 15th, 2016 by reclaimed No Comments

Navy Pier has been a major Chicago landmark since opening 100 years ago this year. It is currently a famous tourist attraction, but with its recent renovations and the fact that local eateries are setting down roots along the Pier, there are more and more reasons for locals to visit, as well. The newest restaurant to open there is Tiny Tavern, an expansion of the north side of the city’s Tiny Lounge. Tiny Tavern brings the Pier its first crafted cocktails, along with a great beer and food selection. Reclaimed Table worked with architect Jason Archbald and designer Pam Valenta, both of Stantec, to bring a variety of custom, miter fold tables with I-beam bases to the sleek, yet cozy, space. Built with ambrosia maple, these tables offer a fresh, unique look, creating an environment that’s ideal for enjoying one of Tiny Tavern’s specialty cocktails.

Please take a look at our work at Tiny Tavern below, and be sure to stop by for one of their famous drinks. (Their Tiny Cider or Tito’s Hammock are at the top of our list!) Interested in using our custom pieces to help your next interior design project come alive? Don’t hesitate to contact us here!

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Ambrosia maple miter fold tables play beautifully off the light grey booths

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Our miter fold tables are reinforced with baltic birch plywood and steel to ensure they won’t cup or bow

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Two of our custom tables fit perfectly with this large, wrap-around booth

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These tables feature a gorgeous layered edge

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View of the warm, inviting space

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Close-up of the unique ambrosia maple pattern

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The perfect spot for two

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