Ed’z in Edwards is known for bringing great food and great value to the Vail Valley. Specializing in fireside home-cooked, rotisserie- style comfort foods, the owners of Ed’z had a lot of remodeling to do before opening their doors. Beth and her team worked closely with her clients to revamp the completely empty, bare restaurant space. The building had hosted several restaurants in the past and most recently was the location for the community food pantry. The goal of this project was to turn the huge open space, that had no definition into a warm and welcoming atmosphere. A place where guests would have a sense of home and feel like part of the family.

The sleek, black marble L-shaped bar area is a major focal point in the restaurant. Beth implemented wooden crossbars above the bar which lowered the ceiling and made the space feel more comfortable. The rotisserie ovens were designed with glass on the backside. This enables customers have a direct view of what is cooking from the bar and dining area. Warm, earth-toned booths line the perimeter of the main dining room and wooden tables with deep blue chairs fill up the rest of the space. Beth’s team preserved and polished the restaurant floor for a more contemporary look. Furthermore, she created a more harmonious space by adjusting the ceiling arches to all be the same height. Last but not least, an impact wall with a large modern fireplace ties the bar and dining room together and completes the comfortable home-like vibe of the restaurant. 

Location: Edwards, Colorado
Contractor: Shaeffer Hyde Construction

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