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The theme carries over to the design. Old-school microphone pendant lights are juxtaposed with thousands of smart RGB pin-twinkle lights overhead, mixing vintage kitsch with today’s tech. The space is decked out with warm finishes: Textured gold wallpaper and camel-colored channel tufted banquettes set the scene in the West Bar Room, which features booth seating and high-top tables in front of a 50-foot chiseled concrete and copper bar. A 50-foot video wall in a gilded frame plays all the games sports fans could hope to take in. The adjacent East Bar Room boasts a second large island bar—made of zinc with a tufted leather facade, and seating all around—and more high-top tables and booths. Operable windows let in the breeze on nice days and offer views down State Street. Singing for your supper gets a whole new meaning in The Studio, an intimate private event and daytime dining space inspired by a real-life recording studio. Finally, nostalgia reigns in The Deck, a 10-by-10-foot space housing a full private bar.


Inspired by American Southern comfort food from culinary cities like Nashville and Charleston, dishes are made with fresh, local ingredients and put a modern spin on the classics. “The goal of Radio Room’s menu is versatility, coupled with memorability,” says principal David Rekhson. “It will appeal to the business traveler looking for a great meal, a group of friends coming in to watch a game, or a bachelorette party taking in a weekend brunch.” Among the greatest hits: Phat Stack Sliders, four cheeseburger sliders piled atop one another and doused in cheese sauce on a mountain of curly fries; The General’s Cauliflower, cauliflower fried with shishito peppers and toasted sesame; and the Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich. From delicious bar snacks to a mimosa-fueled brunch array, the vibrant menu has something for every diner.

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