The newly airy, light-and-bright dining room is now anchored by a flower cart bursting with brightly colored blooms. In between tables, potted shrubs provide natural social distancing. At the bar, sprays of dried flowers, curated by The Quiet Botanist, have a distinctly feminine feel.
Both Milling-Smith and Denton are effusive in their praise of Rebecca O'Donnell of Hudson's The Quiet Botanist, who helped create the fresh, floral feel. When you go, be sure to look up—O'Donnell designed the dried flower chandelier above the bar.