Lure is a unique Atlanta eatery which strives to provide the freshest seafood dining experience paired with high quality, delicious ingredients. The Executive Chef, David Bradley, believes sustainable seafood and seasonal produce are the keys to creating a memorable menu for city dwellers.
The restaurant is based out of a midtown 1920′s bungalow, that has been renovated to suit the aesthetic of a well-worn seaside restaurant turned modern, with unique pieces of artwork featuring an abstractly nautical theme. Bastille Metal Works was selected to create a bar that would help accent the history of the building while providing the sleek qualities of contemporary dining.
We designed a slip-cast zinc bar top with a simple rounded edge which sits atop a natural darkened wood base. The exposed wood beams with hanging exposed light bulbs strongly contrasts the strikingly modern cream colored chairs. The use of wood appears as a stylish take on mid-century wood paneling, out lined with clean geometric lines.
We are so grateful to have been a part of this exciting project, working with a team of individuals interested in providing a wonderful setting for traditionalists and adventurers alike. As their tagline perfectly describes, it’s easy to get hooked on Lure and return again and again for the delicious culinary creations and stunning oceanic ambiance of this restaurant.