Philadelphia, PA - Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant has recently remodeled its Wilmington, DE location as a part of their efforts to have “20 restaurants by 2020” as well as improve the customer experience via re-designs at various locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant Completes Renovation on Wilmington Location
The redevelopment took approximately two months to finish and includes a remodel of the full interior and partial exterior makeovers, highlighting the newest version of the companies concept established currently in Hershey, PA, Greenville, SC, Rehoboth Beach, DE, and Philadelphia, PA locations. To commemorate the renovation, members of the Iron Hill team took part in in a ceremonial “first pour” alongside elected officials from the City of Wilmington.
“It has been a goal of ours for some time that all Iron Hill locations provide the optimal culinary and brewery experience to the guests who pass through our doors every day,” says Kim Boerema, CEO of Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant. “Regardless of the location, we want our guests and staff members to step into an Iron Hill and feel at home.”
Wilmington customers will experience a re-designed floor plan, which highlights an open yet airy dining room, and bar area. Large glass garage-style doors which in turn can easily slide open during the warmer months is going to unite the dining room, bar and patio, adding new indoor/outdoor seating areas.
The first-floor bar was extended and included a dangling bottle display along with a pass-through refrigerator in addition to six large-screen televisions. All through the new space, the guests will find industrial style lighting fixtures, balanced out with large black circular chandeliers, polished concrete floors, together with a color palette of deep mahogany and rich copper.
Brand new tables and chairs create some communal-style dining options as well as updated banquette-seating areas. The second floor’s block-style, the colored wall was reconditioned while new floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead up to an upper patio. To protect guests from the glaring sun, a metal and canvas trellis structure was set up for al fresco dining.