Aureole New York City
Aureole New York. In June 2009, Charlie Palmer’s Aureole moved to its exciting new location in the landmark building at One Bryant Park. Adam D. Tihany continued the intimate ambiance Aureole is known for, with rich textures to embody each area – casual Café Bar, and Private and Fine Dining rooms – while also reflecting, the density of the celebrated restaurants new surroundings. Design highlights include a semi-cylindrical glass wine mezzanine and two palettes of silver and gold tones throughout.  The combination of Tihany's signature wine features and upscale bespoke finishes, along with Palmer’s famous progressive American culinary menu and trademark eclectic wine program, dazzle guests’ senses.


Noteworthy is the specially commissioned black and white photographic art installation by Bram Tihany, featured throughout the restaurant.  Using innovative and advanced digital and photographic processes, Tihany constructed a computerized sculpture as a tribute to the toast and Dionysus tradition. 

Photography: Eric Laignel