Classic food court fare chef inspired flare. Where there is something for everyone. A food court without the mall. The Food Court at NoHo Junction is in a 4000 sq ft building with 7 vendors Pizzeria, Deli, Ice Cream and Cookies, Taco Train, Asian Express Rice and Noodle Bowles, Juice Bar and BBQ. It has a social meeting area in lounge setting and a 105 in screen projector. the interior is a mix of vintage and industrial with quarts counter tops, walls consist of ledger stone brick and stained wood with large digital display signage and menu boards with walk up windows and a self serve self order kiosk,
We get the name spinning off the history of historic West Tampa when Tampa just started booming after Henry Plant the Railroad moungle brough his rail road to Tampa. he opened the Tampa Hotel today it is the University of Tampa which is on the other side of the hillsborough river from downtown tampa on Cass Street which `has the Cass street bridge and next to it the Cass Street Railroad bridge that was used by Henry Plants railroad NoHo junction is located on Cars street one minute from the bridge and U of T. So the interior is basically created with a train station concept and the junction is related to trains as well as junction where all points come together at the junctio. NoHo Junction. Thus the food court at NoHo Junction.
We spent a pretty penny to hire a design firm for our logo. the gentlemen who created our logo was also a graphic designer for campaigns like Schick and Crown Royal. we went through the entire process before choosing this logo design and colors. ads more people are seeing it as we are close to opening, feedback we are getting is pretty consistent it looks a little childish, like a toy train. Demographics in this zip code have one of the highest per chapati incomes in the city and also has the university of tampa students. We are in the middle of the entire area surrounding us redeveloping with luxury townhouse for sale and rent starting at the 200,000 so the area is changing into a higher class of people as well as foodies and trend setter.
not sure on a total redesign with a more industrials feel with a mix of vintage and modern trendy or change the train to a more modern or powerful image, just not a toy train look. Also should we go with a more modern type industrial style with different colors altogether. All of this we leave into the hands of a freelancer of logo design and branding