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How Eli Zabar Transformed an Upper East Side Diner Into an Elegant Wine Bar

Design Hunting

9.3.15

Happenings
  • Noguchi in Brooklyn
    Beginning September 8, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden will display 18 sculptures by iconic Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi throughout its outdoor and indoor gardens, marking the 100th anniversary of its Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden and the 30th anniversary of the Noguchi Museum. More  ›
  • Uncovering Wallcoverings
    Hear wallcovering experts discuss its past, present, and future at the Wallcovering Through the Ages panel on September 9 at the Hearst Tower, hosted by International Furnishings and Design Association and moderated by House Beautiful and Elle Decor market editor Orli Ben-Dor. More  ›
  • Fern Mallis With Iman
    With New York Fashion Week days away, get in the right mind-set with legendary former model Iman at Fern Mallis’s Fashion Icons talk on September 8 at the 92nd Street Y. Iman and Mallis will discuss the supermodel’s career, diversity in the fashion industry, and her life as a rock-and-roll wife (she’s married to David Bowie), mother, and entrepreneur. More  ›
Design Hunting

Space of the week

From Greasy Spoon to Wine Bar

A look inside Eli Zabar’s elegant wine spot on the Upper East Side. See More ›


Zabar and his wife trolled French flea markets for the décor.

The mezzanine area features wall panels by artist Steven Keene.

Here, a seasonal small plate of roasted cauliflower.

The Best Bet

A Minimalist Chair

This fall, European furniture distributor d’Apostrophe will open a storefront named Ernest with a strong selection of sleek recliners. More  ›

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