Butcher and Singer takes it’s name from the 1930’s era investment firm for which the space was originally built for. The restaurant is a traditional steakhouse, serving steaks and chops in a space reminiscent of the original Brown Derby and Musso and Franks in Hollywood. There is a playful mural of dogs at a bar, inspired by one found in a 1930’s Hollywood house. The chandeliers were salvaged from the Fountainbleu Hotel in Miami Beach. Warm tones and materials are used throughout, and the details and lighting are used to bring the scale of the large space down to a more intimate level.