Created by Andy Masi’s Clique Hospitality and designed by Rockwell Group, Green St. Kitchen pays tribute to the art scene of New York City’s Soho district during the 1980s. The dominant culture touchstones of the era — hip hop, punk, and street art — influenced both the restaurant’s design and its menu.
Located on the ground floor of a residential skyscraper in Atlanta, Mission + Market is an upscale operation with an extremely polished casual design that attracts everyone from power lunch goers to nearby residents. It was designed to be bright, comfortable and energetic all at once.
California-based fast-casual Pieology recently opened its first nontraditional unit at California State University, Fullerton. CSUF Auxiliary Service Corporation (ASC), the organization that oversees the various business enterprises on campus, is the Pieology licensee.
In this annual feature, top designers dish up their hottest takes on trends in restaurant design today. Hats off to Tom Henken of api(+), Chris Mercier of (fer) studio, Michael Poris of McIntosh Poris Associates and Meghan Scott of //3877 for contributing. Collectively, they’ve dished up a smorgasbord of food for thought and sage advice. Dig in!
In this Q&A, Susan Devall, principal of Devall Design + Home, discusses the minimal, sleek design and development process for Silva's Fresh Eatery + Churrascaria in Santa Ana, Calif., a Brazilian-style steakhouse that opened last year. It spans 3,800 square feet and seats 80.
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