Cream City Custard is a 4,000 square feet
with a grand covered entrance. The building materials include a mixture of
integrally colored split-face block, brick and "stucco" accents,
along with heavy-textured shingles on the pitched roofs. When the weather is
nice the outdoor stamped (colored) concrete patio offers an exterior dining
option. The patio is separated
from the drive-thru traffic with landscaping (soon to be installed) and decorative masonry piers with a wrought iron fence.
INTERIORS: This is not your father's ice cream parlor!
Warm tones were used for two reasons. With an exposed kitchen, there are a lot
of hard and cold stainless steel surfaces, and warm colors help reverse the
effects of those elements and keep the restaurant comfortable. Red was
used as an accent because it enhances the dining experience. An open
concept design was incorporated with fully upholstered booths to promote a
Letter of referral