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drink. It was important to develop a compact, attractive and well branded space, that reflected the values of Bottega S.p.A. A careful balance of bar and open prep area has been created to help display the food and wines, including prosecco, to which the Italian company, Bottega, has become so famous. Tis has been achieved with the use of rich timbers, combined with a sophisticated black and Bottega’s famous gold. Light fittings, imported direct from Venice, are reminiscent of the bubbles associated with prosecco.


The World Bar Located on the ground floor, adjacent to Genting Arena, a short distance from the NEC and an easy hop to the multi-screen cinema, Te World Bar makes an ideal location for those dropping in for a drink or a bite to eat. A home for some of the best craft ales and beers from around the world and offering a street food inspired menu, the World Bar also hosts some of the best up and coming live music acts in the West Midlands. Te plan was created to meet the needs of


those who were on the move; to increase speed and ease of service for both the customer and


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the operator. A large bar dominates the space, facing onto a well-considered furniture layout. Te finished product was a close collaboration between Design at Source, the operator and JTDA. As the name suggests, the bar reflects the


international ancestry of the Resorts World brand as well as the bar’s USP, offering craft ales, premium beers and wines from around the globe. Pieces have been carefully incorporated


to reflect this, from branded barrel ends embedded in timber walls to the well stocked and laid out back bar, with hanging black boards over shelves explaining the bottle below.


The Sky Bar Tis sophisticated cocktail bar is located on the top floor. With its fully glazed frontage and wrap around, external balcony area the bar offers commanding views across the Birmingham skyline. Again, we worked closely with the operator and JTDA. Coffered ceiling lines guide you from the


glazed entrance doors, passing the theatrical Chef’s table (which has a Teriyaki and Yakitori serving platform) and curved fixed seating bays


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