Food Service

Parlor Social Club & Nug Shack Food Trailer

When you combine an arcade bar and music venue with one of the area’s most popular fried chicken spots, it makes for a finger-lickin’ nightlife experience. Parlor Social Club has joined forces with Byrd & Barrel to launch the much-anticipated Nug Shack Food Trailer, which celebrated its grand opening last month. V Three Studios was hired for architectural design and permitting services for Parlor Social Club and worked with Sean Baltzell and his ownership team to coordinate games, interior design options, artwork and occupancy changes to the white box space. V Three then worked with Byrd & Barrel to make sure their new food trailer was being built to fit Parlor's patio and worked within St. Louis City's Code and Occupancy requirements. 

The Nug Shack Food Trailer marks the first time a non-motorized food trailer was installed in the Forest Park South East neighborhood. While the project didn’t have a route to occupancy through normal channels, V Three worked with all departments of the City to provide a solution that assured everyone's safety and concerns, while still providing the fun experience envisioned by these two great St. Louis businesses.

Good Fortune | St. Louis Missouri

Restaurateur Corey Smale has tapped V Three Studios to help launch his modern, fast-casual Asian dining concept in St. Louis’ historic Central West End. To bring the concept of Good Fortune to life, V3 focused on a simple palette of modern lines and contemporary materials with walnut tables and accents. The main design feature will be the branding of Good Fortune in large-scale neon lights, which is a stark contrast from the simple architectural palette of the 1,310-square-foot space.

Sugarfire Smoke House Now Open

Sugarfire Smokehouse has officially opened its newest and largest location designed by V Three Studios in downtown St. Louis adjacent to the National Blues Museum. The design takes aesthetic cues from the museum, using reclaimed materials in unexpected ways to create modern textures with a contemporary feel. The new location features barn wood walls, hand-painted graphics, large scale neon “Sugarfire” sign on corrugated shed tin and a bottle cap mural wall. Nothing goes together quite like Blues and BBQ. 

In addition to the restaurant design, V3 worked with Sugarfire and the city to design and implement a 24-foot shipping container located on 6th Street that houses two smokers. This unique location will bring Sugarfire’s incredible barbeque to an entirely new demographic in downtown St. Louis, as well as the many visitors who make the journey to the new National Blues Museum next door.