100 Front Street, Suite 40
Bath, Maine 04530

O’Reilly’s Cure Restaurant and Pub

Architecture: David Matero Architecture

Lighting Designer: Greg Day Lighting

Foodservice Consultant: TJM Consulting, Inc

Interior Consultant: Jeanne Handy Designs

Builder: Ledgewood Construction

Photography: David Matero

After many years along Route One in Scarborough, the concrete block elevator tower has finally be covered. A two-story building and shell was designed by CWS Architects.  DMA provided the interior design for a new Irish pub to take the entire first floor, O’Reilly’s Cure, Food, Drink & Social Remedy.

Using accent wood walls,  concrete countertops by Stone Craft Iconic Concrete, and metal elements, a rustic-modern decor with high ceilings and large windows creates an atmosphere both light-filled during the day and a warm and inviting during the evening.

A variety of seating options allows something for everyone, including gas lanterns and fire pits on the patio, as well as comfortable couches in the lounge by the large fireplace.


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