In downtown Kelowna is an expansive 900 square feet of bar and small bites.
The compact space is designed around the unique bar being built by local wood craftsman Will Brundula. Constructed from three species of reclaimed wood, the end cuts will be put together like a jig-saw puzzle to create a one-of-a-kind surface that anchors the space. Over the bar hangs a 20-foot wooden chandelier complete with dozens of suspended antiqued-style caged lights.
Surrounding this 65′ of bar is a grey stone wall that looks like it’s been part of the space forever and Italian-style plaster walls applied in a hundreds year-old four-stage technique. Souring ceilings, Italian plaster and stone give micro a European feeling but Chef Butters ensures the casual attitude of the Okanagan remains.
The European flavour extends to the glassware at micro with beer, cocktails and wine served in simple tumblers. No fancy stemware here.