Like Bruell’s other restaurants, Chinato is heavy on atmosphere. Architect Ron Reed worked with Bruell to design a space that combines urban vibrancy with old-world charm. “Walking into Chinato will feel like you are walking into a sepia tone Italian photograph from the 1920’s,” said Bruell. “To create the ideal restaurant, the energy and environment are just as important as the cuisine. This has not been overlooked at Chinato.” Epstein Design Partners has played a major role in setting the tone of the restaurant with the design of the logo, menus, website and environmental graphics.
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