Tin Roost

North Liberty, IA | Commercial

Overview

ISG worked with Tin Roost to design its new facility equipped with different seating arrangements that appeal to different user groups.


Opportunity

Tin Roost wanted to bolster its brand and bring in a wider audience in its new restaurant.

Solution

Tin Roost gave design license to ISG with a goal to reflect its taste and develop a brand by providing a stylish industrial look incorporating the restaurant’s name as a theme. Comprised of 8,000 sq. ft., the facility has the capacity to seat 400 patrons. In order to attract a wide audience, the restaurant was customized to offer unique seating arrangements. Families can take their children to the patio, which is one of the key features of the restaurant. Capable of seating 150 people, the expansive area offers seating for large and small parties, and creates an inviting welcome with three fire pits. An incredible circular bar serves as Tin Roost’s interior focal point, featuring 36 exposed beer taps that showcase their offerings to a potentially younger crowd. There are also two private dining rooms, one small and one large, which can accommodate 20 and 80 people for events.

Anticipated to employ up to 100 individuals, the construction of Tin Roost boosts North Liberty’s local economy. With varied menu selections and seating options, Tin Roost provides a dining environment perfect for visitors of any age and dining preference.

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