MCL Construction builds a time-period project that has the look, feel, and, most of all, quality of an original speakeasy from the 1920s. Grane at Midtown Crossing is a modern speakeasy wrapped in dark wood and dim lighting. It's the kind of atmosphere that begs for conversation.
The quality of construction and design is as authentic as the whiskeys served and the prohibition era it is recreating. Custom woodwork throughout, tin ceilings, and hardwood floors take you back in time. The brick is from a former brewery in Ohio dating back to the early 20th century. Mosaic tile is used in the restrooms that also include time period fixtures. A porcelain bar top completes the historical re-creation.
Grane features small pours of premium and small batch whiskeys through an exclusive dispensing technology, premium handmade craft cocktails, and whiskey-inspired appetizers.
Photos By: Brad Anderson/Architectural Photography Inc.