Moore & Giles Sidecar Allows You To Make Cocktails Anywhere


The Sidecar, a collaboration between Moore & Giles and barman Jim Meehan is a tidy example of world class bar design, timeless aesthetics and traditional woodcraft. What they have done, is to create a truly unique piece of handmade working furniture that will look brilliant in any home. The Sidecar is crafted from Virginia Black Walnut and Birch, with generous accents of Virginia Natural and Virginia Tobacco leather that are all vegetable tanned. Aluminium and brass fittings add an extra touch of class.

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The Sidecar’s tabletop is bookended by two shelves padded with leather to deaden sound and reinforce the surface from wear and tear levied by repeated use of up to six bottles stocked on each end. A refinement of commercial bar design: the Sidecar’s shelves are an ergonomic innovation that speeds up service without compromising accessibility.

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The bottles are cradled by leather-wrapped hexagonal brass handles fabricated to facilitate pinpoint steering and a firm grip. Built-in caddies positioned below house leather-lined serving trays for the bartender to butler rounds built for a table.

The leather-matted low cabinet is ideal to store backup bottles or tools stowed in a Moore & Giles Meehan Bag. The long cabinet conceals a handmade brass-bound wooden bin, accessible from either side of the cart via a sliding drawer, which may be lined to dispose of watery service ice. The shallow drawer above the long cabinet is perfect for coasters, the PDT Cocktail Book and bar tools.

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