As for the space itself, there are no windows. It’s technically subterranean, reached by descending beneath the building into a lobby hallway. Enter the Vault, though, and it’s all dark walls, leather banquettes, and cleverly designed lighting (really, who needs windows). D-Scheme Studio did the design, featuring a slatted ceiling, velvet accents, and a mural of the vault door in the lounge area. When diners enter, they’ll find themselves in the lounge and bar area; the dining room is further back, adjacent to a sleek wine-filled private dining room. The entire space seats around 215 guests, including the lounge’s communal table and booths.
— Ellen Fort, Eater SF