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Topic: Restaurant

Elemento Neapolitan Pizza to Open this Week

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on October 18th, 2018

Commercial Appeal - Much anticipated Elemento Neapolitan Pizza is set to open later this week in Crosstown Concourse. The LRK-designed restaurant has an industrial feel with high exposed ceilings and concrete floors, while two white-tiled pizza ovens ordered from a 100-year old Italian company are the focus of the space. Read more.

Lucy J's Bakery Opens in Crosstown Concourse

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on September 11th, 2018

Commercial Appeal - LRK is excited to announce that Lucy J’s Bakery opened in Crosstown Concourse earlier this week. Not just any bakery, Lucy J's mission is to provide job training and employment with living wages to individuals who are transitioning out of homelessness. LRK provided interior design services for Lucy J's Bakery. Read more.

Crosstown's New Pizza Place

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on August 2nd, 2018

Memphis Business Journal - Construction of Elemento Neapolitan Pizza, located in Crosstown Concourse, is moving along, and the restaurant is scheduled to open in the second half of August. See more.

International Food Hall to Open at Crosstown

Posted by Katherine Martin on April 25th, 2018

Commerical Appeal - Global Café, a three-stall 2,500 square-foot food hall located on the south dock of Crosstown Concourse will feature dishes from immigrants or refugees. The first stalls will be filled by immigrants and refugees from Nepal, Syria and Sudan. The goal of the project is to support refugees through food from their home countries – whether it's cooking and selling it as means of income or having welcoming gathering spot for all to experience those cultures. LRK is providing design services for the project build-out. Read more. 

Global Café and Lucy J’s Bakery Coming Soon to Crosstown

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on April 2nd, 2018

The Daily News - Two new restaurants, Global Café and Lucy J’s Bakery, are coming soon to Crosstown Concourse. LRK is providing design services for both spaces. Read more.

Gray Canary Named One of Vogue's Most Anticipated Restaurants

Posted by Katherine Martin on January 12th, 2018

Vogue – James Beard Award-nominated chefs Michael Hudman and Andy Ticer are nearly ready to debut The Gray Canary, an 80-seat restaurant and lounge dedicated to locally sourced ingredients cooked on a wood-fired grill. The restaurant will also include a raw bar. LRK provided architecture and interior design services for the project. The Gray Canary is located adjacent to another LRK project, Old Dominick Distillery. Read more

Historic Mansion Restored into Exclusive Restaurant

Posted by Katherine Martin on September 21st, 2016

The Daily NewsThe Nineteenth Century Club, an 107-year-old mansion on Union Avenue, is being meticulously restored to its former grandeur. LRK's Tony Pellicciotti says the goal of the restoration was to put as many of the architectural elements back into the building because it was so grand and fabulous and fit the purpose of a club, which is similar to an upscale restaurant. The French-Asian restaurant, Izakaya, is set to open in the 16,000 square-foot building in November. Read more

Renovation of The Nineteenth Century Club Nears Completion

Posted by Katherine Martin on August 22nd, 2016

The Commercial Appeal The historic Nineteenth Century Club building at 1433 Union, future home to upscale Japanese/French restaurant Izakaya, will host multiple dining rooms, bars, and lounges, each with its own fireplace and ample natural light. LRK provided renovation designs for the 107-year-old building, which is set to open by early November. Read more.  

See Inside Ticer and Hudman's Future Downtown Restaurant

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on June 28th, 2016

Memphis Business Journal  - Construction of Catherine & Mary's restaurant, located inside the renovated Hotel Chisca, is moving along. Ticer and Hudman, who are carefully preserving many of the space’s original historic details, are tentatively planning a grand opening for August. Read more.