The gorgeous Walnut Bar that was built on site over the summer of 2012 by a local woodworker named Tom Carter, is a truly a masterpiece. There is not a day that goes by that someone doesn't say how stunning it is, or ask if it's original to the building, or who built it. This one of a kind bar crafted from woods primarily sourced in neighboring Lake County, and milled by Carter himself.  These woods add a depth to the experience of your being our guest. With the movement of intricate inlay of Pepperwood and the Brazilian hardwood Purple Heart (the only non-local wood), the bar is grounded in its center with a wise piece of Walnut Burl, and what emanates from this center are angled slices of the trunk of the Walnut Tree. These slices are truly one of a kind, they mark the middle intersection where English Walnut was grafted onto its Black Walnut roots.  The wood tannins create a stunning and soft smoky effect, it's the visual of two trees merging. These elements together make this bar a masterpiece, adding to the glorious history of the space...Where so many good times have been had!

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Applying the two part expoxy resin top coat. Che Carter & Mark.

Applying the two part expoxy resin top coat. Che Carter & Mark.