The hardwood floors are raw, like the city they represent. The seating comes from the 70’s, the coffee tables have been taken from a 50’s military depot. The lighting is made completely from re-used materials and recycled thrift-shop stuff. But our little masterpiece is the 18-foot bar counter which forms our little kitchen. The wood used for this breakfast bar were taken from an abandoned, 1800’s theater in northern Italy. The old, pine-wood floorboards from the main stage were carefully dismantled, pieced and puzzled together by our very own Neapolitan artist Luigi Cocciola. We like to think that hundreds of people have laughed and cried while gazing at those planks of wood, and now it’s our turn.