The radical transformation of a 4,000 sf neighborhood restaurant delivers a comfortable, modern taproom. SHP worked with the City of Montgomery’s exterior guidelines and provided criteria engineering services for HVAC equipment replacement, new domestic water heaters, lighting improvements, kitchen improvements and utility connections for brewing equipment.
The main dining area takes advantage of the existing barrel vault ceiling.
The European-inspired interior includes a custom copper and wood bar, custom copper light fixture and a wood burning brick pizza oven.
A diverse arrangement of seating environments and experiences includes a 350 sf VIP room and a new 1,000 sf outdoor patio.
Fully visible stainless steel brewing equipment highlights the space.
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