Client: Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse
Location: Houston, United States
Completion date: 2006
Artwork budget: $250,000
Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse
The hallways are lined with custom-made stained glass chandeliers, as are the ceilings above the tables of the restaurant. In the the main portion of the restaurant is a lighted ceiling with a lone-star made out of stained glass, 6-feet in diameter. Other stained glass pieces can be found around the entirety of the restaurant, completely the grandeur feel throughout.
The Vic & Anthony Steakhouse is a restaurant that resembles an art deco theme. They have coined the phrase "Texas Deco." The ambiance in the restaurant gives the feel as if you have gone back into time, into the era of Frank Sinatra. When you walk into the restaurant, you find yourself walking into a 5-star, high-end restaurant. To reflect this same feel visually, they hired on Stanton Studios to create an unforgettable, visual experience, for the customers.
Bryant Stanton was contacted by an interior designer after her stay at the Driskill Hotel. She wanted to get the same experience you have as you enter the hotel, into the Vic & Anthony Steakhouse. They collaborated together to come up with all the plans for the Vic & Anthony Steakhouse decor.