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An Ambience
You'd Find In
Paris

Originally meant to house and appease guests waiting to be seated at brother restaurant, I Fratellini, this quaint and intimate place inevitably made a name for itself. Imagine a French bistro feel without all of the grandiose and with all of the luxury. Laid-back. Old world.

Bar Les Freres
Bar Les Freres
Bar Les Freres
Homespun, Yet Refined

This space was repurposed primarily for private parties, wine tastings and other large gatherings. Most elements are locally sourced, such as the zinc bar top, the paneled bar front made of doors from Fellenz antiques and the wide variety of antlers.

For a moment — rather, for the entire time I’m here — I forget that I’m in Clayton; Les Frères feels like a chic bistro in a Paris arrondissement.

Evan Benn | st. louis post-dispatch
Bar Les Freres
Classic Kicks

The custom white leather seating and white marble table tops paired with red centerpieces pull the red down from the walls. The juxtaposition made something that was just a dream become a reality.

Classic Kicks

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Bar Les Freres
Bar Les Freres
Bar Les Freres
Pair & Proximate

An involved client loves the thrill of searching for the perfect appointment to fit a space as much as I do. In this case, it was a pair of portraits sourced from the Ernest Trova estate behind the chandelier that truly completed this room.

Pair & Proximate

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An 18th Century Gem

As I saw the movers bringing the table in, a part of me thought “I should have bought the son-of-a-bitch myself.” It’s the high falutin, yet quintessential piece of this room, after all.

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