Restaurant Designs


  Allegretti Architects Santa Fe, New Mexico


Architectural rendering of Los Cuates Restaurant, Albuquerque, NM


Architect's drawing of the Aloha Grill by Allegretti Archiects in Santa Fe, New Mexico

The Aloha Grill, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Architec's drawing ofThe Georgia O'Keeffe Cafe by Allegretti Architects in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Georgia O'Keeffe Cafe, Santa Fe, NM

Exterior View of Bumble Bee's Baja Grill by Allegretti Architects in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Bumble Bee's Baja Grill, Santa Fe, NM

Exterior view of Little Anita's Restaruant by Allegretti Archiects in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Little Anita's, Albuquerque, NM

Los Cuates Restaurantby Allegretti Archiects in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Los Cuates Restaurant , Albuquerque






For countless Americans, dining is more than eating out – it’s a form of entertainment.  Guests want to relax and unwind.  They want to enjoy an pleasant and entertaining experience while having a delicious and nutritious meal.  The customer experience may even become a branding focus for the restaurant’s marketing plan.  The restaurant’s architect must be constantly aware of the roll played by the design.

To attain success in a highly competitive industry, an entrepreneur must understand the market and must understand the competition.  By knowing expectations of customers and the limitations of existing establishments, a new venture may capture and keep valuable clients.  This opportunity is most important in challenging economic times.

In addition to providing a unique dining experience, a winning business must also incorporate operational efficiency into its facility.  This efficiency includes appropriate flow of personnel and process, competent construction cost management, and energy efficient design.

In navigating the possibilities and pitfalls on the path to a successful establishment, the capabilities of an experienced architect will be an invaluable investment.


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