Sullivan’s Fine Food

Maryville, Tennessee

In 2002, Sullivan’s leased the 1920s Trotter Building for its downtown Maryville location. JAI added a custom canopy and carved out a patio at street level for an outdoor dining experience. The client wanted a sophisticated, yet energetic interior to appeal to young professional clientele in Maryville. The rich texture of the original brick walls became a backdrop for a warm contemporary space. The bar is accented with LED lighting programmed to slowly change colors. The main floor of the restaurant is segmented into multiple dining platforms to take advantage of the vertical space within the building. The addition of a mezzanine, accessible by a monumental stair, allowed banquet facilities.

PROJECT DETAILS

In 2002, Sullivan’s leased the 1920s Trotter Building for its downtown Maryville location. JAI added a custom canopy and carved out a patio at street level for an outdoor dining experience. The client wanted a sophisticated, yet energetic interior to appeal to young professional clientele in Maryville. The rich texture of the original brick walls became a backdrop for a warm contemporary space. The bar is accented with LED lighting programmed to slowly change colors. The main floor of the restaurant is segmented into multiple dining platforms to take advantage of the vertical space within the building. The addition of a mezzanine, accessible by a monumental stair, allowed banquet facilities.





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Sullivan’s Fine Food

Maryville, Tennessee

Client

Size

9700

Completion

2003

Cost

Services Provided

Architectural Design
Interior Design
Key Personnel

Daryl Johnson

Awards

International Interior Design Association (IIDA) State Gold Award for outstanding hospitality design, 2003

Address(es)

121 W Broadway Ave.,Maryville,Tennessee,37801
Rooms

Housing Units

Seats

Consultant(s)

Structural
Bennett & Pless Structural Engineers (formerly Carpenter Wright Engineers, PLLC)
M, P, FP
Engineering Services Group, Inc.
Electrical
Engineering Services Group

Reference(s)

Sullivan’s Fine Food

Maryville, Tennessee

In 2002, Sullivan’s leased the 1920s Trotter Building for its downtown Maryville location. JAI added a custom canopy and carved out a patio at street level for an outdoor dining experience. The client wanted a sophisticated, yet energetic interior to appeal to young professional clientele in Maryville. The rich texture of the original brick walls became a backdrop for a warm contemporary space. The bar is accented with LED lighting programmed to slowly change colors. The main floor of the restaurant is segmented into multiple dining platforms to take advantage of the vertical space within the building. The addition of a mezzanine, accessible by a monumental stair, allowed banquet facilities.

PROJECT DETAILS

In 2002, Sullivan’s leased the 1920s Trotter Building for its downtown Maryville location. JAI added a custom canopy and carved out a patio at street level for an outdoor dining experience. The client wanted a sophisticated, yet energetic interior to appeal to young professional clientele in Maryville. The rich texture of the original brick walls became a backdrop for a warm contemporary space. The bar is accented with LED lighting programmed to slowly change colors. The main floor of the restaurant is segmented into multiple dining platforms to take advantage of the vertical space within the building. The addition of a mezzanine, accessible by a monumental stair, allowed banquet facilities.





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