Larah Moravek designs Andaz Wall Street’s Dina Rata restaurant

Andaz Wall Street opened the Dina Rata restaurant and bar. Offering upscale American bistro cuisine and cocktails in New York’s Financial District, the new space overlooks the Pearl Street as well as Andaz Wall Street’s courtyard where the property’s seasonal Biergarten and Farmers’ Market is held.

Dina Rata seats over 60 patrons, which includes a private dining space that can be reserved for parties of up to about 16.

Designed by interior designer Larah Moravek, Dina Rata features a warm color palette of browns and reds. The bar and restaurant has red leather banquettes and chairs, wood and marble dining tables, sheer curtains and a finished marble bar with brown leather seats. Chalkboards located behind the bar display the day’s menus and specials.

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The new design aims to offer an inviting atmosphere akin to that of a residential apartment, reflecting the revitalization of downtown and influx of residents who are making this neighborhood home.

Dina Rata is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with the menus conceptualized and executed by the hotel’s chef, Victor Cruz.

The only hotel situated on Wall Street, Andaz was designed by David Rockwell. It has 253 guestrooms starting at 345 square feet. Andaz offers a variety of on-site amenities, including over 10,000 square feet of event space, complimentary Wi-Fi, mini-bars with non-alcoholic beverages and snacks, a 24-hour gym and The SPA. 

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