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Pullman Wine Bar & Merchant brings a combination retail and dining concept to Portland’s Lloyd District. Located in the southwest corner of the Hotel Eastlund, the project occupies a formerly empty 900 square feet of retail space facing the Convention Center, as well as 900 square feet of space reclaimed from the parking garage.

The wine shop sells retail as well as ships by the case nationally, while the bar focuses almost entirely on select wines by the glass and bottle from the Pacific Northwest. The private dining room seats twenty-four guest in a wine cave-like room that channels a European, old-world aesthetic with vaulted ceilings and a moody color palette.

Client: David Machado Restaurants and Hotel Eastlund

Architect: Holst Architecture

Photographer: Lara Swimmer

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