Cask Chronicles Popped Up In Miami Design District

A 60s double decker bus previously owned by Miami’s Churchill Pub has come full circle, as Cask Chronicles made their way to the Design District on Feb 21-22. This was done in honor of Miami’s Wine and Food Festival, as well as to spotlight the complexities of creating well-heeled men’s fashion.

The tour bus was designed as more than just a foodie’s tour, since it transforms fittingly to a men’s tailoring boutique on the lower floor. Duncan Quinn is the renowned high-end men’s designer who’s credited with arranging this coast-to-coast tour.

History of the Cask Chronicles’ Double-Decker Bus

The Cask Chronicles double decker bus was originally used as a Bristol Lodekka bus for transporting people around the city. The bus was remodeled by Duncan Quinn, where the lower floor features limited-edition menswear like t-shirts, suits, ties and other accessories.

The upper floor is where the entertainment happens with a bespoke bar, that conveniently transforms to a dining room as-needed. Duncan Quinn has furthermore collaborated with Zacapa rum for its speakeasy private bar upstairs. Other vintage art inclusions are spotlighted with a 1950s wallpaper in the bar area and the full background can be viewed in this video.

Other Miami Design District Happenings

According to Miami Design District’s official site, the newly launched Design Within Reach showroom celebrated recently with a private party. The Cypress Room will furthermore be debuted on March 13th, 2013, and will be a sophisticated American restaurant bar from Chef Michael Schwartz. Other new entries to the Design District of Miami include Mercato, an Italian café that is touted as a true epicurean delight.

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Sources: Miami Design District, Miami New Times
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