This restaurant was a new build in the Garden City area based off of our exterior design. This location seemed ideal for a concept that paid tribute to the Mexican heritage of the early 1900’s. Research lead us to discover authentic images of landscapes and people from that period. These graphics were then applied to soffits and framed art. The vestibule greets diners with panoramic vintage images complimented with old pews and iron chandelier. Beautiful distressed wood ceilings serve as a backdrop to the custom made light fixtures mimicking electrical spools. Custom design rustic booths provide comfortable seating and style consistency. Reproduction patchwork tile cover floors and divider walls. The rustic bar back is designed with rows of color-stained woods that continue over head. A feature wall of orange textured wall covering and niches filled with colorful Mexican pottery and stone wall compliment the rustic finishes.
Location: Garden City, SC