This 3,200 SF restaurant accommodates about 85 people and is fully accessible. The original red brick removed from the interior walls was repurposed to create the brick facing on the front of the building. Pressed tin discovered under the drywall and drop ceiling was restored using bronze paint to give it an aged patina effect. The tin was then repositioned on the restaurant’s new ceiling. Reclaimed wood was used to construct the tables, the wine cabinet, and the glass racks over the bar. A raw and eclectic collection of lights, including mason jars, Edison light bulbs, inverted garden pails, and rock cages, adds a warming glow to every corner of the space.