We enjoy perusing through Entrepreneur Magazine occasionally here at Stone Farm. While reading the recent August edition, we stumbled across an article featuring the new Starbucks in New Orleans--the same Starbucks we supplied our Thin Brick Veneer to this year, a very pleasant surprise indeed!
It was a combination of seeing this article, as well as Steve's parents sending us a photo of themselves actually IN this very same Starbucks on vacation; that made us sit down and write an additional blog on one of our favorite projects.
It seems that "Local Relevance" is the buzz word out there these days and this Starbucks fits the bill perfectly. With a bit more visual detail here, you get a flavor of how cool this space is, how our Thin Brick blended in seamlessly with the original brick, and the attention to the local history, that went into this renovated space.
Is this a Starbucks or a museum that oozes the true feel of the French Quarter? No matter which way you look at it, this is a space not to be missed if you're in the local area. It's a true slice of history and culture, all under one roof.
Who wouldn't love some down time from the bustling French Quarter in this great space?
Image above by Matthew Glec in affiliation with Starbucks
Ultimately, that Mocha Cappucino purchase has now become an immersive history lesson on the deep south housed within an old apothecary complete with merchant shipping flair. Our Reclaimed Thin Brick only enhances that experience!
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