First Restaurant To Open In Fort Lauderdale’s FAT Village

Feb 25, 2018 No Comments by

P2 Interiors has just completed the first restaurant soon to open in Flagler Arts Technology Village, know as FAT Village, in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Henry’s Sandwich Station Owner J.E.Y. Hospitality chose this location because of the proximity to up-and-coming residential mixed-used developments that are making the area into a home for local artist and creative young professionals.

P2 was faced with many challenges, but the designer’s accomplishments are reflected in the transformation of the abandoned warehouse adjacent to the Florida East Coast Railway.

The interior design firm took its cue and design direction from its urban and industrial surroundings – the palette included materials such as, reclaimed woods, raw antique metals, vintage signage, custom iron pipe community tables, accented with stain concrete floors and vintage lamps which create the environment. Additionally a full state-of-the-art open kitchen was developed to produce the variety of offerings of the new Henry’s Sandwich Station.

The exterior was also renovated to include an inside-out experience by providing additional windows and openings to the building so that the new exterior developed garden terrace could be enjoyed.

This new destination will feature breakfast sandwiches, daily specials, artisanal toasts and a full bakery and coffee bar.



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