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Journey Through the Airy Rooms at Le Farfalle

Don't forget to admire the Parmigiano-Reggiano

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Harleston Village Italian restaurant Le Farfalle unlocked the doors this past Friday. If you didn't get a chance to check it out, go through a tour here.

The former Vickery's/Leaf space at 15 Beaufain St. is now Le Farfalle. The new Italian restaurant offers a bar room, main dining room and outdoor patio. The oak bar seats 15 with additional booths and marble-top tables tucked away surrounding the room. The main dining room can hold 76. Two walls in the main dining room are dotted with accordion doors, offering an al-fresco style-dining experience. The outdoor patio garden features 35 seats.

David Thompson Architect helped with the redesign, which features accents of decorative tile, splashes of blue lacquer and gray, as well as artwork from NYC artist Isaac Mann. Oh, and a giant wheel of cheese.

Take a look around the interiors here with photographer Brian Stetson.


Brian Stetson

Le Farfalle Brian Stetson

Brian Stetson

Le Farfalle Brian Stetson

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