Sweet

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Skyview Restaurant

 

Undisclosed Location

Washington

What's all the buzz about? Well, this fresh addition to the downtown dining scene is taking patrons to new heights. Nested at the top of a highrise, the 21,000 sq. ft. restaurant takes its inspiration from nature's most efficient pollinators: bees. The perfect geometry of honeycomb is reinterpreted in sculptural forms, from custom light fixtures to metal privacy panels. Seating and lounge areas break up the massive space with smaller hubs of activity, private dining, and chefs tables. But at the end of the day, it's all about the views: floor to ceiling windows frame Mt. Rainier, the sunset over the Olympics, and give diners a bees-eye view of downtown Seattle.

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Portland

38 NW Davis St

Suite 300

Portland, OR 97209

 

503

977 5201

Seattle

1505 5th Ave

Suite 300

Seattle, WA 98101

 

206

876 3103

Portland

38 NW Davis St

Suite 300

Portland, OR 97209

 

503

977 5201

Seattle

1505 5th Ave

Suite 300

Seattle, WA 98101

 

206

876 3103

What's all the buzz about? Well, this fresh addition to the downtown dining scene is taking patrons to new heights. Nested at the top of a highrise, the 21,000 sq. ft. restaurant takes its inspiration from nature's most efficient pollinators: bees. The perfect geometry of honeycomb is reinterpreted in sculptural forms, from custom light fixtures to metal privacy panels. Seating and lounge areas break up the massive space with smaller hubs of activity, private dining, and chefs tables. But at the end of the day, it's all about the views: floor to ceiling windows frame Mt. Rainier, the sunset over the Olympics, and give diners a bees-eye view of downtown Seattle.

Sweet

View

Skyview

Restaurant

 

Undisclosed

Location

Washington

Sweet

View

Skyview Restaurant

 

Portland

Oregon

What's all the buzz about? Well, this fresh addition to the downtown dining scene is taking patrons to new heights. Nested at the top of a highrise, the 21,000 sq. ft. restaurant takes its inspiration from nature's most efficient pollinators: bees. The perfect geometry of honeycomb is reinterpreted in sculptural forms, from custom light fixtures to metal privacy panels. Seating and lounge areas break up the massive space with smaller hubs of activity, private dining, and chefs tables. But at the end of the day, it's all about the views: floor to ceiling windows frame Mt. Rainier, the sunset over the Olympics, and give diners a bees-eye view of downtown Seattle.