Retail / Restaurant
Each retail and restaurant project beautifully combines form and function to create a space that encourages a vibrant community and rich atmosphere. We see it as our job to elevate what is already unique about your business. Take a look at a few of our favorite retail and restaurant projects.
LGE's attention to detail and quality shines through on this high-end concept restaurant located in north Scottsdale. The 7,000-square-foot restaurant houses an open kitchen concept with a wood-fired grill that is used to create the flavorful selection of fine steaks and fish for guests, who enjoy the dining room that includes luxurious leather booths or chairs with butcher block tables.
Bottled Blonde Houston
Completed in 2020, Bottled Blonde Houston adds to LGE's Texas hospitality portfolio, and the building’s design has plenty to offer - large overhead retractable doors on the building connect the interior patio to the sidewalk which engages both the streetscape with those seated in the bar and dining area.
OBON Sushi opened in May of 2019 to a packed house within another of LGE’s projects – The Grove at McCormack Ranch. At 4,480 SF, the sushi and ramen bar combines the Santa Barbara style with a warm, contemporary interior of natural wood tones and cool concrete and masonry touches.
Located in the heart of Gilbert at the SanTan Village Shopping Center, Sandbar is the newest and wildly popular concept to hit the Town. At 10,000 sf and already preparing to expand, this exciting restaurant concept is LGE’s newest addition to its growing list of restaurant and entertainment projects.
Located in Downtown Gilbert, Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row is one of the top attractions for both locals and visitors. With a sprawling floor plan, ample patio, restaurant and country music vibe, Whiskey Row is a popular spot for day or evening dining and entertainment.
Stock & Stable
An American gastropub with Italian influence, Stock & Stable is part of The Colony along 7th Street in Uptown Phoenix’s latest hospitality district. Offering a warm, inviting atmosphere with a menu developed by Chef Jared Porter, the food and experience are second to none.
After an extensive remodel of the former Cork’n’Cleaver, a chophouse established in 1978, Steak 44 transformed the original building into an upscale urban steakhouse. Fresh from a remodel, Steak 44 has quickly ascended the Phoenix dining scene’s many “best of” lists.
Mora on 7th street
Developed in the burgeoning Phoenix Uptown district on 7th Street, Mora delivers a modern twist on traditional Italian dining by the renowned culinary talent and James-Beard Award Winning Chef, Scott Conant.
Fresh-nightlife-meets-evening-entertainment in Old Town Scottsdale at the former site of Axis/Radius. Transformed into a two-story, 14,000 square foot live music venue, the redesign exceeds the guest’s expectations with captivating lighting, street presence, and sightlines.
Farm & Craft
Farm & Craft blends artisanal menus and modern farm-to-table concepts with contemporary design. Sitting prominently in Old Town Scottsdale’s entertainment district, it offers a stylish atmosphere for those seeking a healthy meal or snack.
Bottled Blonde Scottsdale
Moving into the former home of Axis Radius Nightclub, Bottled Blonde Scottsdale has quickly become the acclaimed successor to one of Old Town’s longest standing nightclubs. The indoor/outdoor concept with wraparound patio has a seat for everyone.
Whiskey Row Mill
Just off Mill Avenue in the middle of Tempe’s thriving ASU campus area, Whiskey Row is a crowd favorite for anyone looking forward to enjoying a casual drink or a night out with country music, good food, and an experience Dierks Bentley is known for.
Alamo Draft House
Alamo Draft House is part of the explosion of Alamo’s boutique movie-theater concept into neighborhoods all around the valley and nation. Mixing it up with an array of retail, multifamily and restaurant buildings, Alamo Draft House joins The Collective, a mixed-use development you can’t miss as you drive down the busy Baseline Road in Tempe. The building’s exterior evokes the old, red movie theater curtain of years past with the playful pattern of metal panel that skins the building. Then, there’s the murals – two giant pop-culture installments on the west façade near the entry and the movie-poster inspired creation on the south Baseline frontage.