The St. David’s Partnership has announced enhancements by two of its food operators, YO! Sushi and TGI Friday’s.
Following the brand’s success within St. David’s, YO! Sushi have refurbished their 2,200 square feet restaurant on the Lower East Side Arcade to enhance the dining experience for its customers. The redesign was overseen by Alison Cooper from Innsight Design, with a brief to create a lighter, brighter environment. The refurbishment incorporates modern features such as USB chargers at every table and new LED screens showing branded content.
On the Upper East Side Arcade, TGI Friday’s have worked with designers 4D (UK) to create more comfortable and luxurious seating areas within the existing 9,500 square feet restaurant. Larger tables have been replaced with booths and smaller more intimate tables, to help with flow and flexibility, and create a much more enjoyable atmosphere and space. The works will increase its overall number of covers to 304. New lighting has been installed throughout, and on the ground floor new external seating added. Finally, the signage has been given a refresh, with an eye-catching bright theatre bulb sign.
A YO! Sushi spokesperson said, “Our St David’s site continues to grow from strength to strength, and we are keen to take the customer’s experience to the next level through this new design and use of technology. Deciding to enhance here was key due to the high footfall and exposure to our core customer catchment, and we look forward to working with The St David’s Partnership to make this location even more popular.”
JLL and Cushman & Wakefield are letting agents for the St David’s Partnership.
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