At Bird&Wolf, we strive to connect to those most basic instincts of humanity. The need to connect and be a part of the environments around us. By incorporating biophilia into our design, we encourage and support nature's inclusion in our daily lives.


As the living grow walls refresh and renew the air in our building, many of the herbs and produce used in the food and beverage come from in-house grown pods. We aim to renew and realign how our guests understand hospitality and daily living through our biophilia program: we are redefining our industry to change our guests' experience.


From education of our biophilic mission to redefining how we understand cuisine, our goal is to promote balance in everything we do.

Protein does not always mean meat; cocktails do not always mean alcohol. Finding the balance and embracing a healthier, cleaner methodology is what Bird&Wolf believes. We welcome you to come to experience the same.

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[ bahy-oh-fil-ee-uh, ‐feel-yuh ]


  1. A strong attraction for or emotional attachment to the living world.

“At Pompeii, the Romans built gardens next to almost every inn, restaurant, and private residence…”

Biophilia  -  This is a term that many are not familiar with. And yet, it is a concept that is present throughout your daily life without notice. You see it when you walk down a street lined with trees and feel a sense of calm or take a walk through a park in a city center. The inherent yearn to adapt and include the natural world into the modern, urban design is a concept rooted in the subconscious of humanity. This is biophilia.


Biophilia is the incorporation of the natural world and living ecosystems into the modern world. This is a way for us to remain connected to the living world around us. As society continues to develop and we spend more time inside, it is vital to remain connected to nature to maintain balance.

The Bird &  Wolf

The Bird & Wolf have a symbiotic friendship — fur and feathers
hunting and dining as one. (In fact, ravens are so often associated
with wolves that they are sometimes called ‘wolf-birds.’)

In the birds’ first gesture of hospitality, they attract and lead the
wolves to their meal, accompanying them as warm friends — serving as a guiding set of eyes and ears.


As the wolves dine, the birds stand by, quietly anticipating and enjoying the exposition, ready to assist at a moment’s notice. Once the wolves have enjoyed their meal, the birds gently take over, quietly setting into motion a quick and tidy cleaning operation. The perfect partners.