Not your usual sombreros and ponchos, 10th Ave. Burrito brings a different taste of Mexico to Red Bank, NJ. Owners Brian Katz and Mike Gilson worked with Architrave Group to re-envision the former location of “Fixx”, a longstanding night club, as a second 10th Ave. Burrito location, the first of which was established in Belmar, NJ. The existing night club was removed and a new design was provided to alter the facility to reflect a southwestern design and decorative elements. Psolka Photography was commissioned by Architrave Group to capture the new look and feel of this unique restaurant.
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The existing bar was replaced with two new bars, one of which is a tequila bar sporting 116 flavors of tequila, part of the 10th Ave. Burrito concept. Large overhead garage-style doors were used to make the most of the view overlooking the Navesink River at the rear of the upper dining room. Loops of 1970s Luche Libra wrestling films play on tv screens and accompany a large comic mural of luchadores. Some other feature elements are reclaimed components such as old pallets used as wainscoting and old wooden doors that form the face of the lower-level bar. The upstairs bar includes a large colorful backlit cathedral window, as well as other walls in the upstairs dining room painted with different related themes. The restaurant offers a mexicali menu, live music and a relaxed atmosphere.
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