THE RENOVATED HISTORIC BUILDING IN THE PICTURESQUE AND LIVELY NEIGHBORHOOD MONTROSE IS SURROUNDED BY A 6.000 SQUARE FEET GARDEN WITH SHONA STONE SCULPTURES FROM ZIMBABWE. INSIDE AUTHENTIC STEEL WINDOW FRAMES, ORIGINAL BRICK WALLS, COMFY SOFAS, AND ANTIQUE LAMPS FROM GERMANY, FRANCE, AND ENGLAND CREATE A FINE ATMOSPHERE. OUTSIDE, METAL, WOOD, AND STONE ELEMENTS BLEND INTO AN INDEPENDENT LOOK.
Outside the Boheme Bar, 4 telescopic umbrellas were integrated harmoniously for the benefit of guests. The classic shape of the screen adjusts to the appearance of the bar. The elegant sun protection from the Type-T is one of the most sought-after screen types in the restaurant sector and leaves nothing to be desired because the telescopic umbrella can be fitted with a variety of accessories and features such as lighting, heating elements, or sound systems. In addition, a 20 foot squared tulip shade was installed, which integrates perfectly because it is open upwards like a funnel and thus does not only create shade but also collects the rain water and channels it through the middle of the mast into the drainage system.