GMA Architects & Planners has unveiled its initial architectural designs for Deep Lagoon Seafood and Oyster House, which will be located at Cape Coral’s Bimini Square, a mixed-use project by Crown Development.
The exterior of the 8,000sf waterfront restaurant will be concrete masonry with neutral stucco, punctuated with complementary stone wainscot on support columns. Ambient lighting and tropical landscaping will provide restaurant patrons and passersby with a sense of place, and outdoor seating will be elevated to provide unobstructed water views. A deep-blue, low-profile standing seam metal roof with dormers will create synergy with the sky and water.
Inside, the restaurant will have a refined coastal elegance characterized by a classy, but less formal, dining experience. A nautical theme will permeate the dining room with mounted game fish, ocean-themed artwork and a living aquarium, establishing an ambiance reflective of an upscale New England fishing village.
Deep Lagoon, operated by Phelan Family Brands, is recognized for its expansive menu of epicurean adventures, from fresh, locally sourced seafood, a raw bar and seasonal specialties to prime cuts of steak, chowders, pastas, salads and desserts. The restaurant also offers an abundant selection of top-shelf wines and cocktails.
Founded in 1981, GMA Architects provides architectural and interior design services for a broad range of clients in the public and private sectors, including area developers. For more information, please visit GMAarchitect.com.