In this steak house, the main idea was to interpret how steaks are prepared and cooked the traditional way through the design. Wood elements were used on the bar area and on the wall to associate with the wood logs used in grilling steaks. Metal elements are also prominent in the overall design to relate to the idea of using iron grills when barbecuing. A faux brick wall is reminiscent of old brick ovens used in slow-cooking meat. These elements play a subtle but important role in creating an ambiance that subconsciously makes the food taste better and more savory. A contemporary and sleek feel was achieved by using components such as sleek granite top tables, stylish black chairs, wooden-slat ceiling, and tranquil lighting from low-hanging pendant lamps. White faux brick panel alternates with reclaimed wood framed in metal on the right wall. Black-stained mirrors have been installed on the left wall to make the space look bigger. This mirror wall is accented with irregularly shaped wood to give it a modern feel. The bar area uses a lot of wood and metal elements which serves as a perfect backdrop for the LED light boxes that make up the wine display. The LED lights are installed inside the resin light box shelves and under the bar counter producing an ultimately eye catching view. A pop of color is incorporated into the design by using a long, bright red sofa on the lounge area. Clients waiting to be seated can stay here while watching TV for entertainment. The overall comfortable ambiance lets the clients enjoy food more as they are feeding their eyes while filling their tummies.