Located in the picturesque village of Old Oakville, just outside Toronto, “7 Enoteca and Pizzeria” is a restaurant that seats 50 people, created by architect Brayan Stoyanov and his design firm.
The idea for the restaurant arose from an evening that Stoyanov spent at Villa Lysis on the island of Capri, which brought about the project for outfitting the restaurant.
Its interiors reflect typical places on the Neapolitan coast, with regard to atmosphere, design and the flavours of the food.
The restaurant is housed on the basement floor of the city’s historical post office, with vintage vaulted ceilings finished in marmorino plaster. The 7 Enoteca and Pizzeria stands out for a few of the more interesting pieces from the Matthew Hilton collection, which make the venue even more exclusive.
Comfort is the main characteristic of the custom designed bar stools and tables, and the Fin dining chair, a long-time bestseller from the collection. The Colombo armchair is also present.
Two aspects complete the restaurant’s sophisticated atmosphere: unique leather covered marble shelves that produce the sensation of old dry stone, and the wood-burning oven, perfect for giving the venue a strong sensation of friendliness.