Boxwood Hedges, Agaves, & Trees at RH Minneapolis
Restoration Hardware (RH) brought their new signature style eateries to locations across the country, including Minnesota! The combined retail and restaurant location is called The Gallery at Edina, and the RH Rooftop Restaurant at RH Minneapolis is the “crown jewel”:
The top floor is the crown jewel: a rooftop restaurant featuring glass walls and ceilings dripping with crystal chandeliers, central fountains, heritage olive trees*, a coffee bar and outdoor lounge areas.
TreeScapes & PlantWorks provided some of the same products you may have spotted at other RH locations like New York, Chicago, and West Palm Beach.
The Gallery at Edina features four of our Artificial Agave Plants on the exterior and eight Artificial London Plane Trees in the restaurant. Preserved Boxwood Hedges border the rooftop space, immersing guests in greenery no matter where they sit.
On the third level, the top, there is something to behold. It’s a full service restaurant, the 7th in their collection. It’s hard to overstate the beauty of it, trees tower underneath the glassed in roof, greenery lines the booths and tables.
A water feature churns in the center like any fountain in a Savannah square. The chandelier drips overhead: it’s luxe. Outdoor spaces overlook the west facing landscape, sunsets will obviously be great.
*Many RH locations boast our Mediterranean Olive Trees, but this rooftop restaurant uses the same unique London Plane Trees as the New York location.
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