The Space

Public House Interior

© 2010 Frankie Frankeny, FrankenyImages.com

Public House, a modern day sports pub was created and designed by Wendy Tsuji and hosts a visually stunning impressive wall made of 78-kegs, which is used to divide the bar area from the back dining section. Twenty-two giant televisions adorn the walls of the restaurant and bar, with the largest TV’s topping out at an enormous 65 inches.  Housed above the front entrance door is the San Francisco Giants Heart of San Francisco sculpture.

Green elements are woven throughout the framework of Public House beginning with the bar countertop and tabletops all produced from reclaimed California Claro Walnut, to most of the construction material sourced from reclaimed or low footprint processing; the outside Public House sign is LED low-usage, kitchen equipment is Energy Saver, waste oil is recycled and used for biofuel, and all trash is separated for recycling and composting.