Feature lights draw the eye towards the purchase counter and shoe rental. Note the use of threaded pipes for the Check Out signs mounted on the countertop. Feature wall incorporating Bowlero logo. Offset by reclaimed wood paneling to create an Instagrammable photo opportunity. Bowling is enlivened by video boards in the distance. Colored lighting enhances the experience. Grabbing a quick
T. J .Collins designed the Marquis Building on Beverley Street with a corner turret, bay windows, and gable-roofed bays. Together these give this commercial building a commanding presence at the intersection that it rests upon. The T. J .Collins designed Switzer Building with triple arches on the 2nd floor based on larger Venetian palazzos with a diamond pattern of terra
We only had a short time to visit so focused our walking and looking in the area around Van Andel Arena. This provided a surprisingly lively subject, even if it was a little top heavy with beer-related establishments. Grand Rapids Brewing Company HopCat J. Gardella’s Tavern Tavern on the Green Liked the touch of sign painting here. Grand Woods Mural
Mundos Roasting & Co. is a wonderful addition in May 2019 to Suttons Bay, Michigan. This is the second location for a successful business that started in a non-descript area in Traverse City far off from the main shopping. Hopefully the Suttons Bay location will help to raise the profile for this small business that is putting out such a
Kilwins has a corporate headquarters and showroom just outside of downtown Petoskey, Michigan. As we passed through the area thought we’d take a look in the store. And while the “Free Chocolate Tours” were not offered until several hours later, we did enjoy taking a peek inside. A circular feature table greets people at the entrance. To the left is
This open-air canopy provides a covered space for markets and community events to occur. Loved to see a playful public art element near the market. The murals were simple but effective filling the wall and bringing “a little bit of happy” to those who pass by. Loved this cinder block and beam bench. What a clever idea to provide seating
The tasting room itself was handsomely appointed. People tended to gravitate more towards the bar and the high-top tables near it. Starting outside the entrance and moving inside, it was apparent in the time that it has been open the brewery has become very tightly knit with the York, PA community. The Charity benefit card especially told the story of
Volunteer opportunities clearly on display and encouraged, at The Ave.
Think Coffee has a number of locations throughout New York City and also in South Korea. They direct their revenues to have social impact in areas where their coffee comes from.