Owners collaborated with artist James Johnson to pay homage to the former Williamsburg GoGo lounge, Belinda's, which inhabited the location in the 1980’s. Chef Ian Pasquer created the menu based on fresh locally sourced goods, focusing on a shared dining experience. Internationally renowned artist James Johnson pays homage to the spaces past through recreating the building’s plywood façade using trompe l’oeil signage emblazoned out of stained glass windows. The handcrafted bar, constructed out of glowing antique alabaster and intricately formed copper and zinc panels sets off the eclectic interior. Trix’s elaborate top-to-bottom look features an angular metal ceiling, paintings of abstracted topless dancers and organically frame mirrors sprawling across the walls, handcrafted wood furniture, and lustrous multi-hued floorboards.
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