CRUSH 29
Roseville, California

Crush 29 is a 9,000 SF restaurant that gets its design inspiration from the Napa Valley. The complete experience begins on approach to the restaurant’s entry, allowing the tone of the environment to be set well before one steps through the doors. The simple and timeless facade, made of Napa Valley Tufa Stone, reflects the restaurant’s unique connection to the region.

The centerpiece of the restaurant is the circular bar lighted by a sculptural element fashioned from thousands of mica disks, each unique in its color and translucence. The interior continues the wine country theme, with rounded booths fashioned like wine barrels, rustic stone walls and floors, and several fireplaces. Two wine caves serve as private function rooms for up to 50, and a wine library serves as a smaller private dining room.

PROJECT TEAM

CLIENT
Capital City Restaurants

ARCHITECT
BCV Architects

GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Stonegate Construction, Inc.

KITCHEN DESIGN
Myers Restaurant Supply, Inc.

INTERIORS
BCV Architects 

PHOTOGRAPHY
Rien van Rijthoven and Sharon Risedorph

FLOOR PLAN