Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint
The southern inspired cuisine restaurant evokes a chic, local swagger as a sophisticated, modern & festive dining experience with a reverence for the culture of the historic Juke [Jook] Joints of the 1900-1950’s. The Juke Joint is fast becoming THE must-see venue for live blues, jazz and R & B. The design consists of reclaimed wood flooring, Contemporary lights with a nostalgic tone and multi-color L.E.D. lighting that changes with the day and the rhythms of the music. Some materials used to create this contemporary rendition of the back-woods, watering holes are: brick, stone, recycled woods and metals, recyclable zinc, corrugated tin, and burlap wall coverings. Seating is smart and comfortable, sturdy light weight aluminum. A juke box offers patrons an opportunity to play their favorite tunes from the 40’s, 50’s, 60’s or their favorite genre.
Michon’s Family Restaurant
Michon’s is the family restaurant with a warmth and welcoming atmosphere sought out by weary travelers. The familiar surroundings work in a harmonic way as a repose’ for good food and familiar, natural finishes. The restaurant will have brick walls for familiarity and warmth, stone and wood finishes. The colors will make one feel that they’re in a familiar place. Lighting is inviting and modern mixture of compact florescent and LED lights. Casual fabrics are used on metal chairs with padded seats.
This concept offers wine and coffee in a modern bar-like setting with finishes that are clean and stimulating. The playful furnishings include bean bag chairs, smooth colorful finishes and the perfect spot for friendly conversation. Sustainable materials and recycled glass and woods will be used. Chemical-eliminating surfaces such as polished concrete tables and counters makes the Coffee Beanery green and environment friendly.
Jeckyll Island Seafood
The international traveler who is seeking an experience unique to the costal waterways of Georgia has found her haven. This New World design embraces the yesteryear memories of historic Jekyll Island. Large colorful digital displays define the chic restaurant via use of large projector onto glass panels that pivot for multiple effects. Integrated into this theme is reclaimed driftwood and recycled steel from retired fishing boats. Lighting “ribs” flank the glass walls with internal LED lighting that may be changed upon command. This seafood restaurant will offer the best of Georgia’s seafood and an opportunity to have a Mint Juliep while overlooking the international travelers while perched on a terrace. The design captures more of the earthy, natural side of historic Jekyll Island while tapping the benefits of modern technologies and finishes, state of the art L.E.D. lighting and tensile roof forms as fishing boat metaphoric sails brought to life through the use of projected images from Jekyll Island’s costal waterways.. This concept will establish itself as a must-dine destination for the International traveler seeking a uniquely Georgia, USA experience.
Interactive electronic store enabling patrons to view products and successfully using touch screen technology.