‘Wild Bunch’ Floral Installation The Highlight Of New Renovations At ‘Wildebeest’

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by Andrew Morrison | For the last few days Alexandra Schulze of Wild Bunch, Ricky Alvarez from Tinto Creative and the team from Milltown have been giving the rear dining room at Wildebeest a major makeover. They were finished just in time for reopening last night. For a refresher, this is what the area used to look like:

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Those communal tables are all gone, replaced by a bunch of connectable, sectioned deuces and the very striking Table #69, a new corner six-top that definitely qualifies as a Gangster Table

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It might just supplant Table #41 as the restaurant’s best, don’t you think? Topping it all off (literally) is a Wild Bunch floral installation that sees roses, spray roses, gypsophila and seeded eucalyptus (1,295 stems in all) interspersed with lights suspended from the ceiling…

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The end result is an achievement that softens the existing aesthetic beautifully. It definitely made me think this is the way it always should have been. I looked in a few times during the restaurant’s holiday hiatus and snapped a few shots during the transition. Take a look:

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Wildebeest | 120 West Hastings St. | Gastown | 604-687-6880 | www.wildebeest.ca

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