This restaurant was a new build in the Garden City area. This location seemed ideal for a concept that paid tribute to the Mexican heritage of the early 1900’s. Research lead us to the Mexico Public Library to discover authentic images of landscapes and people from that period. These graphics were then applied to the soffits throughout the space. Complementing these images, aged and distressed wood with blue accents finish the ceilings. Additional patterns of vintage patchwork reproduction tile cover the floors, while large light fixtures made from electrical spools can be found throughout the space. The bar is designed with rows of textured color-stained woods. A wall of niches filled with colorful Mexican pottery and whimsical Lupita dolls add an artsy spin to the space.
Location: Garden City, SC