Restaurants

Maidstone Arms bar area. Made of mahogany and inlaid with smoked, underlit panes of glass.

     I started building on the Lobster Inn, little things here and there. Then I did the furniture for Sea Spray and went back and did the upstairs portion of the Lobster Inn. I built my own first restaurant in '79, The Secret Road Inn in Miller Place, in Daniel Miller's 1824 House. My second restaurant was Galea, on the bay in Shinnecock Hills. That was enough of owning them for me. The next one, for my friend Brian, was the Wild Rose in Bridgehampton, followed by Harbor Rose in Sag Harbor. NV Tsunami in East Hampton, the the bar at Phao in Sag Harbor. I then designed and built the World Pie in Miami, the bar at Maidstone arms in East Hampton and the now defunct restaurant, Tombi in East Hampton. I still love making anything for Toyo of Suki Zuki of Watermill because the trading is the best.

Maidstone Arms

East Hampton, NY

Mahogany bar with smoked underlit glass
Outer edge, mahogany wood panelling
Mahogany bar with smoked underlit glass
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Tsunami

East Hampton, NY

Copper and upholstery seating
Copper bar
Copper urinals
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World Pie

Miami, FL

Copper and zinc World Pie sign
Pizza oven area with copper and zinc
harlequin and flame designs
Flame details
Washroom area
Bar made of bubinga, wenge, purple
heart and yellow heart wood
Bar made of bubinga, wenge, purple
heart and yellow heart wood
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