Brooklyn Heights Pizza

Friday, September 6th, 2013

Brooklyn Heights pizza faced a good problem to have: by making delicious pizza and providing incredible service, they began to see long lines every day and outgrew their small dining space. Expansion and renovation was necessary to retain valuable customers and satisfy their hungry stomachs.

The two iconic brick arches are clearly the most striking design characteristics, which have been designed to resemble the Brooklyn Bridge. Custom cut mirrors back these windows, and create a shrine-like encasing for their premium beverage display.  A floating ceiling hangs above the bar area, with specialized ambiance lighting, and welcomes thirsty patrons to the space like a hometown pub located in the center of the dining room. The massive maple wood bar has also been totally renovated with dark black stain and a new countertop.

The rapidly growing patronage also warranted heart-of-the-house upgrades, such as a an added hood vent, to increase kitchen capacity and decrease wait time.  Dining room improvements opened up floor space for additional seating and entertainment – every wall is adorned with large flat screens and speakers. Spiral ducts and metal cables paired with the bar’s brick wall and ambiance lighting keep the setting industrial, metropolitan and cozy. All details of the dining experience were incorporated into the planning stage, and the result is an original looking, antique feel expanded and equipped to properly service a bustling crowd.


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