- The building's original concrete floor remains.
- Light fixtures over this seating area were designed by Lauren Geremia and hand blown in Berkeley by Jess Wainer. Coffee tables were made from wooden WWII explosive boxes.
- Couches here are wrapped in old WWII sail cloths.
- 1940's industrial lamps from Belgium hang over the lounge in back.
- This light is made from old copper submarine trough.
- The back bar is custom-made from steel frames and wood shelves. Danish master craftsman Soren Hansen built the bar top from hand-picked walnut and ebony. The early industrial era bar s
Here we are inside Churchill, the Bloodhound team's newest venture, opening today at 2 p.m. in the Castro. A lot about the design and buildout was shared earlier. Additional fun facts rest in the gallery captions above. For inspiration, the owners looked to vintage military materials and photos. As for the name, Churchill felt like a natural choice, considering Winston Churchill's well-documented rep for aggressive drinking and war heroism. Plus, it ties in the street name. Look for classic-style cocktails featuring small batch, local distilleries, ten beers on tap, a pool table, juke box and hours from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily. Now speed those early reports into the tip jar or drop them below.
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