The dining room: think supper at grandma’s, but... sexy?
It’s not just Symon’s mom who has had a hand in Angeline, though. His wife, Liz, is also responsible for helping to design the new 8,200 square foot space. Liz Symon, along with NYC design company Parts and Labor, came up with the cozy concept. They designed the space to have a dark palette, with deep woods, leather banquettes, and an entire display case dedicated to salumi.
“We wanted it to remind you of a nostalgic Sunday Supper at grandma’s, but in a sexier way,” Michael Symon said of the design. “It’s cozy and stylish at the same time.”
To really achieve that cozy feel, there are also several intimate spaces throughout the restaurant, separated by glass and steel glazing walls. So whether you’re bringing a date, or having a Sunday Supper with all your cousins, the space is going to feel right.