Douglas Fir Wood with Intermittent Walnut Bar Top in Chicago Illinois

Douglas Fir Wood Bar Top at Lucky Dorr Bar at Wrigley Field in Chicago Illinois

Home of Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field has a Bar Named Lucky Dorr with a Grothouse Countertop

Grothouse Custom Wood Countertop in a Craft Beer Bar at Wrigley Field in Chicago Illinois

Custom Wood Bar Top Made of Douglas Fir Wood with Walnut Butt Joints at Wrigley Field

Countertop Wood: Douglas Fir Wood with Intermittent Walnut with Sapwood Butt Joints

Category: Douglas Fir Wood with Intermittent Walnut Bar Top

Construction Style: Edge Grain

Wood Countertop Location: Lucky Dorr at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL

Countertop Thickness: 2"

Size: 14" x 139 5/8" mitered to 24" x 151" mitered to 24" x 32" mitered to 12" x 46" mitered to 6" x 8"

Shape: Rectangle

Countertop Edge Profile: 1/8" Roundover on top horizontal edges, bottom horizontal edges and vertical corners

Wood Countertop Finish: Durata® Waterproof Permanent Finish in Matte sheen

Wood Stain: Black Glaze 04715

Cabinetry Color: Dark Wood

Kitchen Style: Industrial Bar

Designer: Wm Huber Cabinet Works

Designer Links: Lucky Dorr Bar Social Media: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Job: 21874

Year Completed: 2017

Undermount or Overmount Sink: Undermount Farmhouse Sink

Countertop Options: Super Plus Distressed, Drink Rail, Walnut Dowel/Plug Inserts

Complimentary Countertops: Wood

Notes on interior decorating with wood countertops:
Lucky Dorr pays tribute to baseball’s history; it’s named for Bobby Dorr, a Wrigley Field groundskeeper who worked for the Cubs from 1919 to 1957. There are 20 taps inside the 700-square-foot space that will remain open during baseball’s offseason. Lucky Dorr includes touches like an old-school “flap” menu board to show customers what beers on tap. The display was designed by Oat Foundry. There are also plenty of TVs so fans can watch the game even if they don’t have a ticket. A custom matching backsplash was also crafted for this bar with specifications of 1/2" x 7 3/4" x 42”. Check out the full menu on their website here.

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