Inside the Sparkling New Home of Star Provisions and Bacchanalia

April 5, 2017 Chris Fuhrmeister

The facility is now open in Westside

After operating out of Westside Provisions District for nearly two decades, Bacchanalia and Star Provisions have a new home in the neighborhood. The custom-built facility for James Beard award winner Anne Quatrano’s lauded restaurant and market is officially open to the public at 1460 Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard.

The building, covering 8,717 square feet, was designed by Quatrano, her husband and business partner Clifford Harrison, and architecture firm Perkins+Will. The space is inspired by the wife-and-husband team’s Summerland Farm, and it’s wide open with plenty of large windows to let in natural light. The building is split in half for the businesses, which are separated by a central kitchen and a hallway that allows patrons to walk between the two.

“The vision for the new Bacchanalia and Star Provisions Market & Cafe was truly inspired by Anne Quatrano, her family farm, and her love of whimsical design,” Perkins+Will principal and interior design director Joyce Fownes says. “The interior design of the space reflects Quatrano’s philosophy: using the simple to create the spectacular.”

Star Provisions is open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Bacchanalia offers dinner Monday through Saturday beginning at 5:30 p.m., with no set time for end of service. Get a first look inside the new space via the photos below.

The entrance at Star Provisions.
The entrance at Star Provisions.
Lighting and banquet seating inside Bacchanalia’s dining room.
Lighting and banquet seating inside Bacchanalia’s dining room.
Bar-adjacent seating inside Bacchanalia, looking toward the entrance and host stand.
Bar-adjacent seating inside Bacchanalia, looking toward the entrance and host stand.
The host stand at Bacchanalia.
The host stand at Bacchanalia.
The host stand at Bacchanalia.
Lighting inside Bacchanalia.
Lighting inside Bacchanalia.
Looking into the dining room at Bacchanalia.
Looking into the dining room at Bacchanalia.

A view of Bacchanalia from the restaurant’s bar.
A view of Bacchanalia from the restaurant’s bar.
The hallway between Bacchanalia is lined with photos: memories from Quatrano and Harrison’s restaurants.
The hallway between Bacchanalia is lined with photos: memories from Quatrano and Harrison’s restaurants.
Looking down the hallway from Star Provisions into Bacchanalia.
Looking down the hallway from Star Provisions into Bacchanalia.
Looking down the hallway from Star Provisions into Bacchanalia.
The Star Provisions space.
The Star Provisions space.
Communal seating at Star Provisions.
Communal seating at Star Provisions.
Star Provisions decor includes this wooden sculpture of a duck, pig, and cow.
Star Provisions decor includes this wooden sculpture of a duck, pig, and cow.
The ceiling over the counter at Star Provisions takes the shape of a star.
The ceiling over the counter at Star Provisions takes the shape of a star.
A view of the order station at Star Provisions.
A view of the order station at Star Provisions.
Large windows let in natural light at Star Provisions.
Outdoor seating for Star Provisions.
Outdoor seating for Star Provisions.
Outdoor seating for Bacchanalia.
Outdoor seating for Bacchanalia.
Chef and restaurateur Anne Quatrano contemplates her new space.
Chef and restaurateur Anne Quatrano contemplates her new space.

Renderings Reveal What's to Come for Star Provisions and Bacchanalia [EATL]
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