Laurel Brasserie & Bar Opens in Salt Lake City

Laurel Brasserie & Bar has opened in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, translating classic European flair through a modern American lens. Casual and convivial, the neighborhood-style restaurant evokes vibrancy in its inviting interior design concept, which was envisioned by an internal team in partnership with New York-based Home Studios.

“Our desire was to produce an ambience that directly reflects the story,” says Juliana Mehic, interior design coordinator for the project, “and this was achieved through diverse visual storytelling.”

The grand arrival experience is punctuated by natural stone and ceramic tiles, gold accents, rich marble, and custom carpeting. Dark woods and leather booths are paired with patinaed brass, while illuminated by opal glass light fixtures infuse a transportive quality that echoes the adjacent Grand America Hotel. “We incorporated a wealth of materials to elicit an upscale brasserie with approachable warmth,” Mehic adds.

The feature bar serves as the nucleus of Laurel, complemented by an exhibition oven that acts as an enticing focal point. An intimate outdoor patio extends the dining room along with a trio of smaller private dining rooms—one of which is equipped to accommodate up to 150 guests.

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