A "high-energy" cocktail bar with a tapas-style bites menu and Art Deco-inspired interiors is coming to the Urban Office-West Heights redevelopment at W. 22nd and Beall streets.

The details

According to an April 18 news release from Golden Ratio Hospitality Group, Plume will debut in the Heights this summer.

Residents can expect a menu of premium whiskeys, classic and innovative cocktails, fine wines and choice bubbles, according to the release. Both savory and sweet sharable plates of gourmet dips, spreads and small bites will color the food menu.
Plume cocktail bar will be located at the Urban Office-West Heights location and offer an alternative to nearby sports bars and ice houses. (Rendering courtesy Plume)
The 3,000-square-foot space will have a 400-square-foot climate controlled patio and will be located two blocks north of 20th Street's collection of ice houses and sports bars. Plume is named for an ornamental arrangement of flowers, and was conceived as a stylish yet approachable destination where modern cool meets old Hollywood chic, per the release.

Also of note

Golden Ratio Hospitality is a recently formed group encompassing Braun Enterprises partners Dan Braun and James Fitch, alongside Ted Baker, a nearly 30-year veteran in the food and beverage industry, per the release. Baker's portfolio includes Penny Whistle Pub, Bobcat Teddy's and the former Revelry on Richmond.

The group said in a statement that the goal with Plume and future projects is to find the "sweet spot at the axis of hospitality, service and neighborhood engagement."