Mexican restaurant’s design includes a rope canopy and chainsaw wood mural
30 November 2012
It takes more than good food for a restaurant to succeed on the Las Vegas Strip. Atmosphere can be equally important. Many local restaurateurs import the country’s top designers to create restaurant settings that are just right. One such designer is Peter Bowden, director of design and development for Dodd Mitchell, a global design firm. He is the mastermind behind Javier’s, a new high-end Mexican restaurant in CityCenter’s Aria. The 9,000-square-foot restaurant opened this fall. Bowden said one of his biggest challenges was making the restaurant stand out from the nearby casino while still providing an intimate setting for diners. ...
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