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projects old crow smokehouse While the upscale barbecue concept is "smokin' hot," Chicago's latest offering, Old Crow Smokehouse in Wrigleyville, has an added advantage. It's located across the street from Wrigley Field, promising prime Chicago Cubs baseball viewing. Yet, the area is crowded with sports bars, challenging local designer Rocco Laudizio and his team at Slick+Designusa to elevate their game by instilling some of their streamlined trademark style. "The client definitely wanted us to reference some of the rustic, shack-like traditions associated with barbecue joints," Laudizio says. "This was a bit of a departure for us, but we put our stamp on the project by paying attention to every little item. It's all very layered and detailed, even though it looks casual and weathered." 1. Polished concrete floors, red LED lights, and flatscreen TVs (here shown with a cowboy or "old crow" image) create a sleek look unusual for a barbecue joint. 302 May 2014

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Hospitality Design - May 2014
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from the editor
business sense state of the industry
trends millennials
places berlin
places hawaii
interview the trump organization
interview tao group
interview david seargeant
interview valeriano antonioli
5 questions for robert mckinley
profile cecilia dupire
trends rich fabrics
cevisama roundup
hd expo preview
from the show director
roger thomas
conference highlights
an nam
night market elements
the line
renaissance barcelona fi ra
hard rock hotel palm springs
ace los angeles
omni nashville hotel
regent phuket cape panwa
only you hotel & lounge
hyatt atlanta midtown
the royal snail
row nyc
st. cecilia
sophie’s at saks fi fth avenue
herringbone los angeles
old crow smokehouse
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Hospitality Design - May 2014