Working closely with the client, we determined the best workflow for the chef, orchestrating every piece of equipment to facilitate the process and work efficiently as possible.
What we did
Photos: Neil Alexander
What We Did
A fantastic burger should be the main act in a burger-centric establishment. The owner of this restaurant conveyed that on our first meeting – this concept would be all about the end product. Located on Freret Street in the Uptown Neighborhood of New Orleans, we took time to ensure we worked our magic where the burger magic happens: the kitchen. Working closely with the client, we determined the best workflow for the chef, orchestrating every piece of equipment to facilitate the process and work efficiently as possible.
The owner gravitated toward an industrial look and feel, with a side of approachable and friendly. The bar seating is in front of the kitchen, separated by a concrete counter top. Burger aficionados are encouraged to interact with the chef. Beveled white subway tile is the quintessential wall finish for the kitchen. A neutral color palette remains in the background, allowing the senses to be stimulated elsewhere. That’s right, even the colors were taken into consideration, ensuring nothing took away from the end product, the burger. With that kind of dedication, burger fanatics know they’re in good company when they step in the door of The Company Burger.
Photos: Kent Hardouin
- Detail-oriented restaurant concept
- Unique kitchen
- Open space design