West Coast Fixtures millwork manufacturers built the lounge and bar's custom cabinetry, and made it look 100 years old.
Paul Owens the owner of Reed & Greenough approached West Coast Fixtures to design and manufacturer all the millwork for his 150-year-old building. This wasn't an ordinary bar and lounge. After Paul discovered the old Reed & Greenough storefront sign buried underneath the stucco of the facade, he dug into the history of the property. He wanted a whole new look and feel for the 1906 feed supply store. His idea was to turn it into an upscale cocktail lounge. However, it involved making something new seem rather old! We used wood, supposedly looted and savaged from the actual Reed & Greenough Distillery to create Paul's vision for his patrons. The ambiance is for those with a taste for the romance of fine libations, good reads, and leisurely eight-ball. The entire space is hardwood with mahogany wood features and fixtures. The copper bar setting, its antique bar stools, capture glimpses of whimsical wall posters referencing time gone by. General Contractor R3 Builders helped Paul Owens build his dream. West Coast Fixtures helped him making something old, look well, old again!
Stop by R&G on 3251 Scott Street, it's between Lombard and Chestnut Street. The lounge is opened Tuesday to Thursday at 5pm, Friday to Sunday at 3pm.