Misfits Collective

CNH Architects recently worked with The Misfits Collective to remodel a vacant restaurant space in Apple Valley.

A full wall was removed to create an open kitchen aesthetic, allowing customers a view into the kitchen area. To reveal the existing barrel vault ceiling, acoustical paneling was removed for an industrial vibe in the large dining room. A beverage area was also added adjacent to the kitchen.

The owners envisioned highlighting and expanding the already massive patio. To do so, CNH added a new patio roof connecting the seating area to the existing outdoor bar. This not only updated the space, but also allows for outdoor use year round, maximizing usable seating and capacity.

About Misfits Collective

The Misfits Collective challenges convention by putting their team’s purposeful individualism on display. They are creating flavors and experiences like never before in an inspiring, multi-concept food hall style setting.

Featuring four unique personalities- live-fire fare from Eighth Fire, Detroit style square pizza and elaborately balanced craft cocktails from Ratio, caffeinated elixirs and confections from Curiouser Coffee, and The Wanderer outdoor bar and patio with a regionally rotating menu inspired by adventure and cultural exploration around the world.

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