Jeremy Levitt and Andrew Cohen, have an office that would make any cubicle drone jealous. Outfitted with a fully loaded bar and a pool table in the main lobby area, it’s no wonder the space in NYC’s Soho was the perfect site for their recent “Labor Union Dinner” party.

As the founders of Parts and Labor Design, the firm behind the impressive and stylin’ aesthetics at Tribeca’s recently opened Atera, Levitt and Cohen work with plenty lot of Jacks in various trades. Recently, they pulled the talent together for one night of “colleague appreciation” and networking over Blue Smoke barbecue, pool and plenty of brown liquor.

See below and take note: This is how all work conferences should go down.

Photographer Michael Weber grabs a drink at the bar. “Yeah, the bar is always stocked, sometimes more than that,” says P&L cofounder Jeremy Levitt.

Next best thing to an outdoor grill-out: bbq fare from Blue Smoke.

Eric Weil of custom concrete company Oso Industries chats with Craig Margolies of The Hudson Co., which deals with vintage wood and stone.

Andrew Cohen (left) and Jeremy Levitt of P&L toast to their colleagues.

The pool table resides in the office full-time too.

Looking over final photos of Atera, a restaurant project that many of the guys worked on.

Jono Pandolfi (in blue), a ceramicist, has created custom tablewares for Anthropologie and Crate and Barrel.

Needless to say, the event was a successful one. “We had 25 people this year—some flew in just for the party. Next year we hope to double in size,” adds Levitt.