- The dining room at Honey Salt.
- Elizabeth Blau designed Honey Salt to feel like a living room.
- The retail bookcase at Honey Salt.
- Details inside the bookcase at Honey Salt.
- Mirrors line one wall of the dining room at Honey Salt.
- The bar at Honey Salt.
- The wine cellar at Honey Salt.
- The bar area at Honey Salt.
- More details of the bar area at Honey Salt.
- Another view of the dining room Honey Salt.
- The exhibition kitchen at the back of Honey Salt.
- Linens at Honey Salt.
- Baseball cards from Elizabeth Blau's childhood line the men's bathroom wall at Honey Salt.
- Key cards from Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla's travels line the women's bathroom walls.
- Photo by Bill Milne
Step into the living room of Society Cafe's Kim Canteenwalla and his über-restaurant maven wife Elizabeth Blau's second home Honey Salt, the new go-to spot on the Westside. Or at least you can imagine this is how the dynamic duo's home feels.
Blau designed the restaurant with longtime decorator Randy Apel. Inside, find whitewashed brick, citrus green banquettes and an eclectic collection of mirrors mixed with antique chandeliers and mismatched vintage chairs to create a cozy communal space true to the comforts of the home.
Artwork from food photographer and family friend Bill Milne and paintings by Elizabeth's sister, Alex Blau, fill the bar area of the restaurant and add to the theme of friends and family.
At the entrance, two bookshelves filled with salt and pepper shakers as well as bespoke candies greet guests.
Be sure to stop in the restrooms. The women's features key cards from Canteenwalla and Blau's travels while the men's offers up Blau's childhood baseball card collection.
Honey Salt plans to be open from for lunch and dinner with brunch coming soon on the weekends.
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