Jack Allen’s Kitchen’s brand ambience is known for its warm hues, local artwork and twinkling lights that create a welcoming environment for patrons. In order to carry the aesthetic forward, the architect incorporated these brand sensitive elements, along with clean and open lines, higher ceilings, and the use of reclaimed wood panels, into the new location’s design.
The new location first required extensive demolition. All of the former restaurant’s interior was removed, slabs were retrenched for new plumbing lines and the entire kitchen was gutted and rebuilt from the ground up to meet Jack Allen’s Kitchen specifications. Additionally, the bar was torn down and relocated to a different side of the restaurant to better accommodate the restaurant’s new layout. A large outdoor patio with a fireplace was added to take advantage of the Texas Hill Country’s surrounding views.