Orfeo Chef Kevin Davis and his wife Terresa Davis, owners of Steelhead Diner and Blueacre Seafood, opened Orfeo in the former Brasa space in 2015. The interior design is inspired by a photograph of one of their four children. The name and further inspiration of Orfeo came from the main character of a book Kevin was reading called, “A Soldier of the Great War” by Mark Helprin. Orfeo gave Kevin the chance to cook French and Italian classics. Though being known for his seafood, which focuses on “natural perfection with minimal culinary intrusion,” Orfeo brings attention to his techniques in the kitchen. Terresa exclaims, “We hope you like Orfeo. We wanted to create something dramatic and elegant, slightly different from the more industrial design that is dominating restaurants right now. Above all, we want this restaurant to be a comfortable place for our guests and their familes, whomever they might be.”
Their new sign gives a classic, yet updated look which accomplishes their style of drama and elegance. The sign was refurbished from the former Brasa sign. It is made from the existing cabinet, has new steel faces, is backed with white acrylic and is illuminated by 15mm cl35 white neon.
Orfeo Chef Kevin Davis and his wife Terresa Davis, owners of Steelhead Diner and Blueacre Seafood, opened Orfeo in the former Brasa space in 2015. The interior design is inspired by a photograph of one of their four children. The name and further inspiration of Orfeo came from the main character of a book Kevin was reading called, “A Soldier of the Great War” by Mark Helprin. Orfeo gave Kevin the chance to cook French and Italian classics. Though being known for his seafood, which focuses on “natural perfection with minimal culinary intrusion,” Orfeo brings attention to his techniques in the kitchen. Terresa exclaims, “We hope you like Orfeo. We wanted to create something dramatic and elegant, slightly different from the more industrial design that is dominating restaurants right now. Above all, we want this restaurant to be a comfortable place for our guests and their familes, whomever they might be.”
Their new sign gives a classic, yet updated look which accomplishes their style of drama and elegance. The sign was refurbished from the former Brasa sign. It is made from the existing cabinet, has new steel faces, is backed with white acrylic and is illuminated by 15mm cl35 white neon.
Chef Kevin Davis and his wife Terresa Davis, owners of Steelhead Diner and Blueacre Seafood, opened in the former Brasa space in 2015. The interior design is inspired by a photograph of one of their four children. The name and further inspiration of Orfeo came from the main character of a book Kevin was reading called, “A Soldier of the Great War” by Mark Helprin. Orfeo gave Kevin the chance to cook French and Italian classics. Though being known for his seafood, which focuses on “natural perfection with minimal culinary intrusion,” brings attention to his techniques in the kitchen. Terresa exclaims, “We hope you like Orfeo. We wanted to create something dramatic and elegant, slightly different from the more industrial design that is dominating restaurants right now. Above all, we want this restaurant to be a comfortable place for our guests and their familes, whomever they might be.”
Their new sign gives a classic, yet updated look which accomplishes their style of drama and elegance. The sign was refurbished from the former Brasa sign. It is made from the existing cabinet, has new steel faces, is backed with white acrylic and is illuminated by 15mm cl35 white neon.
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