W Taipei’s WOOBAR relaunches with a new style

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W Taipei’s innovative bar-restaurant WOOBAR is back with a refreshed design and reorganized programs. The new look is in line with the luxurious hotel’s design narrative of Nature Electrified.

WOOBAR is again ready to lead the sparking and innovative cocktail culture of Taipei. Harboring the theme ‘Electrified Nature’ at its heart, the bar resorts to brass metal, leather furniture, and hardwood floor to bring a raw natural vibe. It also features a green ceramic wall, geometric art, and fireplace to celebrate nature in all forms. The wall shows traditional Taiwanese Koji Pottery technique to bring the touch of local culture.

The Green Ceramic Wall.

Taiwanese designer Justin Yu-Ying Chou decorated the bar around an urban campsite theme. He used bursting colors like red, yellow, black, green, amber, and a few others that you spot in nature, campfire, square knots, and some other things to create a camping atmosphere.

Alex Lee, the Chief Mixologist of W Taipei, took cues from Justin’s design and the theme ‘Electrified Nature’ while planning the cocktail menu. He created What the Four, an assortment of four cocktails representing four natural elements and attributes – Fire, Fun, Fresh, and Forest.

The Brand New Curated Food Menu.

The hotel’s Executive Chef Joshua Marshall and Sous Chef Stone Hsu curated a new food menu on this occasion. It features some mouthwatering delicacies including braised pork rice with foie gras, BBQ beef short rib slider, beef boodle soup, and more.

To get more information about the restyled bar and make a reservation, visit WOOBAR Taipei.

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