Crack Shack Little Italy
The flagship location of the quick-service chicken eatery, Crack Shack Little Italy transformed an existing industrial metal warehouse building into a dynamic indoor-outdoor kitchen and dining space.
The fast-casual dining concept by Michael Rosen, Richard Blais, and Jon Sloan, features an innovative chicken and egg menu, and custom, light-hearted mural artwork overlooking the outdoor patio. A new shed structure was constructed in addition to the existing building, covering an outdoor/indoor bar and semi-enclosed “Living Room,” space.
The sheltered, open-air “living room” features an open flame fireplace and multi-screen LCD TV, providing an engaging atmosphere appropriate to the friendly and efficient business model. The facility’s signature outdoor dining patio features a semi-enclosed trellis, firepit, tree-counter bar-top, and bocce ball court for guests to enjoy.
Adaptive re-use of a metal warehouse into an indoor-outdoor dining experience.
Open-air “living room” creates casual and flexible space for patrons.
Custom art murals.