NORWALK, Conn. -- Room 112 is the fruit of Isaac Patrick Camoro’s 20-plus years in the bar business throughout New York and Connecticut.Room 112 paints the portrait of a cocktail culture that has progressed, and answers the call for a bar that has nothing to prove but rather, simply speaks to the art of the cocktail wrapped in a SOHO chic atmosphere, according to a press release.
Camoro, always ahead of the curve, is most well-known for creating intriguing beverage programs for some of Fairfield County’s most progressive restaurants, including cb5 Hospitality Group’s Lolita, Red Lulu, J House and Gabriele’s, the release said
His bartending skills were most recently enjoyed by loyal followers at South Norwalk’s Harlan Publick.
Whether it’s the simple pleasure of imbibing with a martini or conventional cocktail prepared properly or the ability and creativity to craft a unique cocktail experience utilizing the best spirits, aromatics, mixers, and yes – showmanship, Camoro and Room 112’s uber-talented mixologists deliver on all fronts.
“It’s about great ingredients and execution, presented in an atmosphere that makes the customer feel something. In our case, it can be a myriad of things depending on the night!” jokes Camoro.
Room 112 can be described as an urban garage meets underground lounge. The bi-level space is framed in exposed brick walls, the canvas for an array of local artists who showcase their talent.
The furnishings and eclectic lighting fixtures and mirrors are bohemian chic, as is the entertainment, a revolving schedule of local musicians, disc jockey spun tunes, and a little glitz and glam thrown into the mix, the release said.
Room 112 is open four nights a week, Wednesday through Saturday, and is an amazing venue for corporate meetings and special events.
Local restaurants and markets have partnered with Room 112 to accommodate a variety of food offerings.
Room 112 is at 112 Washington St., Norwalk. Call (203)-939-1347 for more information about the establishment or visit http://room112sono.com/.
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