The proposal achieves elegance and refinement in a social atmosphere created by an open floor plan that contains three interior dining areas seating approximately 125 guests total. Mexican hacienda style is present at the base of the design with travertine tile floors, stucco wall and ceiling finishes that mimic adobe walls, accents of vibrant blue, orange and gold colors along with a mosaic art wall. Following the design of previous Caffe Aroma locations, the restaurant has three interior sections that are made unique by their colors, floor tile selection, ceiling heights and an active water fountain or fire element at one of their sides. They are simultaneously integrated by the open floor plan providing visual connections and their matching table arrangements. Although connected, privacy at the table height level is achieved through half height walls creating three dining areas and orienting the tables outward from the restaurant encouraging conversations at each table. The table orientation also provides the guests of the restaurant the ability to experience the connection to the proposed outdoor terrace seating approximately 150 guests. The terrace is seen by guests as an extension of the interior of the restaurant through the existing storefront glazing panels, onto a terrace that contains three dining areas designed to match those inside the restaurant, with their view terminating at a weeping wall. An open plan with vibrant accent colors, integration of interior and exterior dining spaces, along with designed privacy, results in a desirable elegant, refined and social atmosphere.