Restaurant construction projects are always complex, but that’s what makes them fun. Supper clubs, in particular, offer unique opportunities to blend exceptional restaurant service with evening entertainment to truly wow your guests.
These projects don’t just build themselves, however. From navigating code complexities to implementing the perfect design, there are a million (and counting) things to think about during pre-construction and construction. Here are just a few.
The Restaurant’s Kitchen
The food service aspect of a supper club is a critical one, especially the commercial kitchen. Back-of-house requirements are highly regulated, especially when it comes to the life safety requirements of the kitchen. That includes the fire alarm and sprinkler and other electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems needed for your commercial kitchen equipment. You also need a grease trap that can accommodate the zero-waste goals set by many Florida cities and counties.
The Entertainment Stage
If your supper club is open for shows and music, you’ll need a stage for performers. How big this will be depends on your space and the kind of entertainment you plan to offer.
As you consider your stage and its location within the restaurant, you must also consider how you want tables and chairs to be arranged around this focal point.
Lastly, there will be technical requirements for lighting and sound. You may also want to install soundproofing, especially if your supper club is adjacent to other properties. An acoustical engineer can help design your building to improve the quality of sound and reduce noise and vibration, focusing on building design and materials, environmental regulations, and specific build requirements.
As you consider your restaurant or supper club construction goals and priorities, come talk to us at Seacoast Construction. We can help you make sense of what you’re seeing in other construction bids and guide you through the entire build process.
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