On the heels of the highly successful opening of their first smoothie bar on Valencia Street a few months ago, Project Juice recently unveiled their newest shop in The Market on Market, a new food hall located on the ground floor of the Twitter building.
In our last post Your Restaurant-the Importance of Design we focused on the value of hiring a qualified architect for your new restaurant. This time, we will delve into the space itself, and what you should look for when evaluating potential sites. Your space can make or break you, and I encourage you to use the resources and experience of your architect to help you find the perfect one for your business.
Start your blenders! Project Juice nearing completion on Valencia Street.
Project Juice, the local juice shop created by Greg and Rachel Malsin, is gearing up for the opening of their new shop at 790 Valencia Street, which will add several delicious smoothie concoctions to their already fantastic lineup of healthy, organic and local cold pressed juices.
When we meet with potential restaurant clients, particularly those just starting out, there are a lot of initial questions as to the need for an architect. The conversation generally goes a bit like this:
I have always dreamed of owning my own restaurant and I know that’s something you specialize in. Is there any advice you can give me?