WHAT IS MICRO?
micro bar • bites in downtown Kelowna is an expansive 900 square feet of bar and small bites.  Chef Butters jokes that the space is so small that “we don’t even capitalize the ‘m’ of micro!”

The compact space is designed around the unique bar built by local wood craftsman Will Brundula.  Constructed from three species of reclaimed wood, the end cuts are put together like a jig-saw puzzle to create a one-of-a-kind surface that anchors the space.  Will also constructed the trestle community table, front door and bar top at RauDZ Regional Table.  Over the bar is suspended a 20-foot wooden chandelier complete with dozens of antiqued-style caged lights.

This inviting space is designed by internationally acclaimed architect Timothy Bullinger from Arca3 Design Studio in Vancouver.  Known for his unique and meticulous work and love of lighting.  Bullinger has designed homes for stars like Phil Collins, Vidal Sassoon and Georges Marciano, as well as Vancouver restaurant Miku.

The European flavour extends to the glassware at micro with beer, cocktails and wine served in simple tumblers.  No fancy stemware here.  The creatively simple approach of micro bar • bites continues with a pared down bar and food menu, and the launch of barrel-aged hi-balls, with International beers and wines all offering guests a fresh experience.  Chef Butters, along with Executive Chef Chris Braun and their talented kitchen team at micro play with unique twists on a simple small bites menu that changes bi-monthly.

Spatula Marketing + Communications has been working with micro bar bites since it’s inception, building its website and photographic library.