Bygone, a 325-seat restaurant atop the Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Baltimore will provide patrons with amazing views of the Baltimore skyline and upscale, classic American cuisine.
The 10,000-square-feet space will feature a dining room, three outdoor terraces, lounge and a full bar, as well as a mezzanine “whiskey library” and lounge suspended over the bar area. Lunch and dinner will be served on weekdays and brunch on weekends.
The theme for Bygone was carefully selected to replicate the 1920s and 1930s. Streetsense, a Bethesda-based design and strategy firm, is overseeing the design process of the restaurant, which is expected to be complete no later than December.
Atlas Restaurant Group, owner Alex Smith, will oversee the daily operations of the restaurant for H&S Properties Development Corp. The company is behind several high-end restaurants including Ouzo Bay, Azumi and Lock Bar, all of which are located in Harbor East.
The firm is also preparing to open an Italian chophouse, Tagliata, in the space previously occupied by Fleet Street Kitchen. Tagliata is set to open in late July.
Bygone is set to open this winter in Harbor East.