- Signage work continues.
- Open kitchen.
- Mosaic tiles near the entrance.
- An orange chair.
- Another chair.
- Stairs upstairs from the lounge to the main dining room.
- Wood detailing in the private room.
- Wall pattern in a bathroom.
- Bathroom work.
- Future seating area.
- A wine wall will be on the left side, near the stairs.
Belga Cafe's Daniel Mahdavian says that Bart Vandaele's upcoming B Too restaurant is about three weeks away from being finished. But a recent tour of the space, still under construction, shows some of the detail work for the Belgian restaurant beginning to emerge.
Those include bright orange chairs, the outline of the waffle bar to come (it will seat about 14), and mosaic-like tiles in the entranceway, designed by Natascha Folens. The restaurant will seat 199 people, with an open kitchen, a wall of wine near the stairs, and a leather-topped bar and private dining area on the bottom floor of the space.
Vandaele's team began work on the space last summer, and an April opening is still being targeted by the restaurant, which will offer brunch all day, twists on Belgian favorites and an extensive beer selection. B Too will take reservations but also save some room for walk-ins.
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