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Levant's dining room features a live fig tree, an L-shaped bar complete with library ladder, and an epic light fixture draped like elegant spider legs above diners' heads.
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Historical touches dot the space, including black and white family photos, hand crafted metal objects, and reclaimed wood.
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More details of the restaurant's decor.
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The bar is lit by more hammered metal light fixtures.
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Another view of the dining room.
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The sprawling dining room light fixture.
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The custom-designed open hearth sits between the dining room and open kitchen.
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Chef/owner Scott Snyder designed the hearth's log burner himself.
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A private dining room at the back of the restaurant is available for groups of six or more.
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In the next few months, diners will have a chance to reserve a seat at the tasting-menu-only chefs counter in the blue-and-white tiled kitchen.
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A perfectly organized spice collection sits on a wall of gorgeous blue and white tiles.
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