Restaurants, clubhouses & Nightclubs
Mexitaco Tacqueria Restaurant
This restaurant, by Architect Andy Jessup, utilizes elaborate brickwork to create visual interest in geometries reminiscent of those familiar to the owner of the business. The deep forest green cloth awnings are meant to contrast with the lighter pink, multi-toned brick, and the yellow painted metal coping emphasizes the geometry, working with the green-and gold color scheme of the logo.
It encloses 2500 square feet of gross area, designed for a maximum occupant load of 50 persons. The Dining Area is finished in warm golds with rich, red woods in stained trim. Table tops are a honey wood, with chairs in a darker stain to match trim. The owner’s aunt, a folk painter, created a rendition of the building to grace the Dining Area. The ceiling is a simple, economical lay-in, though we specified durable 2×2 panels, with cutting edge, energy-saving, warm-fluorescent lighting troffers.
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