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CinéBistro Cobb Theatres - Atlanta

Brookhaven Village, Atlanta, GA

The 30,000 SF CinéBistro in Atlanta was created as a highly fashionable destination for patrons seeking fine dining and/or wine tasting with their movie entertainment. It comprises a lounging area, enoteca, and bar in addition to its seven black boxes.

Wine is displayed in twenty-five foot high shelves. A thirty-foot long canopy is made from variously colored cork which is extended as paneling along the interior’s vertical surfaces. Lounging areas are divided for privacy by thirty-foot high curtains.

The concierge desk and enomatic (wine dispensing) tables are wrapped in leather to add a twist of modern formality. At the back of the bar, a video wall is comprised of metal beading. Throughout the interior, the color palette is based on earth tones and includes ocre, carmine, mocha, and walnut.

Each of the seven black boxes is treated with two fabric patterns – a stripe and a solid – in differing color schemes that respond to the urban/ industrial look. Each threshold to the black box as well as those for entrances to the theatre itself is dramatized by ornamental framing. 
Opening December 2011.

The 30,000 SF CinéBistro in Atlanta was created as a highly fashionable destination for patrons seeking fine dining and/or wine tasting with their movie entertainment. It comprises a lounging area, enoteca, and bar in addition to its seven black boxes.

Wine is displayed in twenty-five foot high shelves. A thirty-foot long canopy is made from variously colored cork which is extended as paneling along the interior’s vertical surfaces. Lounging areas are divided for privacy by thirty-foot high curtains.

The concierge desk and enomatic (wine dispensing) tables are wrapped in leather to add a twist of modern formality. At the back of the bar, a video wall is comprised of metal beading. Throughout the interior, the color palette is based on earth tones and includes ocre, carmine, mocha, and walnut.

Each of the seven black boxes is treated with two fabric patterns – a stripe and a solid – in differing color schemes that respond to the urban/ industrial look. Each threshold to the black box as well as those for entrances to the theatre itself is dramatized by ornamental framing. 
Opening December 2011.