Taco Heads

Fort Worth, Tx

Scope:  1,490 SF  Interior and Exterior Patio with downtown views

Completed: January 2016

About:  Taco Heads has grown from one of the first food trucks in Fort Worth to a restaurant overlooking downtown Fort Worth.  Damn.Fine.Tacos.

Exterior:   The patio serves as a connector between the two micro-buildings.  Due to the car velocity along Montgomery, a concrete and rusted steel railing block the street from the patio.  The wall doubles as drink rail and dining.  The concrete wall delivers an opportunity for social media photos and a place for primary signage.  The expansive patio is lined with wood tables and colorful Adirondack chairs for views of the skyline.

Interior:   The main micro-building contains the kitchen, dining room, and seats a handful with a variety of seating options – wooden window bar seating, high tops and a vintage-looking green banquette. The sparsely decorated dining room is modern, with bright white and minty green paint, welcoming wooden slats on the ceiling, gray tiled floors, and chic exposed light fixtures.  The accessory micro-building provides additional seating and a bar area that serves the patio.

Date: September 07, 2016