in Tampa, Florida
This 8,000-square-foot restaurant underwent a total rebrand and remodel, embracing a prohibition era theme. The design, inspired by the post-speakeasy era, cleverly utilized materials, colors, and vintage photography to celebrate the end of prohibition.
Focused on enhancing the customer experience, the remodel creatively repurposed existing materials—polished concrete floors, painted brick walls, and reflective copper panels. Black iron details and eclectic aesthetics create private and semi-private areas for diverse occasions, while integrated vintage photography and graphics immerse patrons in a celebratory atmosphere.
The resulting fresh brand experience has transformed the restaurant into a sensory destination, celebrating both history and the present, with diverse settings for various occasions.