Griggsby's Station is a farm-to-table gastro pub that will serve chef-driven fare based around local, seasonal produce + ingredients. Target audience is around 25-65+ years old - "foodies" or individuals who enjoy great, REAL food that is sourced from local farmers as much as possible. Interior will have an inviting, cozy, rustic-chic vibe that will also feel a bit industrial in design. A bit upscale, but definitely not elite. Customers can come to Griggsby's for a full meal or stop in for a craft beer or artisan cocktail.
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Dark neutrals/neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
Also open to colors!
Our restaurant is named after James Whitcomb Riley's poem, Griggsby's Station. Riley was born and raised in Greenfield where the gastro pub will be located. Riley was a famous American writer, poet, and best-selling author andhelped create the midwest's cultural identity. See his wiki page for more info -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James…comb_Riley
We CANNOT use his picture. Please take note. I would like to see his glasses used. He was a huge drinker, and loved to write poetry. Our gastro-pub is industrial chic. Pasture to Pub could be incorporated!