Welcome to Glass and Vine
Where indoors and outdoors coexist
Meet Glass & Vine — a restaurant so visually stunning and culturally driven, it deserves to be recognized in a way that does it justice.
We understand that not everyone is born with the magic touch of naming their own business. So when the team at Glass & Vine came to us in panic because the name they fell in love with was already taken, we knew how to approach the situation. Glass & Vine is a name that expresses simplicity, clarity, and alignment with nature. When creating the identity for Glass & Vine, our inspiration drew from both the physical and the abstract.
Because the surroundings influence the restaurant so deeply, we incorporated the historic banyon tree’s twig-like structure weaving throughout the logo to encompass elements of the landscape. We worked closely with Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli when designing the menus. To honor Glass & Vine’s lush environment, we blurred the boundaries between nature and artifice.
In keeping with the theme and natural color scheme of the restaurant, DeepSleep Studio created the signage to help tie the brand together full-circle. We designed the apparel to fit within the brand’s identity and encompass the simple beauty of the restaurant’s surroundings. When creating a clean, fluid website experience, we captured the essence of Coconut Grove’s diverse array of flavors and textures.
We give our clients the ammunition they need to stand out in a saturated social media space. Because we managed social media accounts before the restaurant’s opening, a very specific tone has been developed regarding photography, messaging, and video content. We flexed our photography muscles and got to show off our skills by conducting multiple photo shoots. Our pixels have graced the pages of many press outlets that illustrate the restaurant’s continued success.
Glass & Vine invites guests to lose themselves in an intimate secret garden by the sea, where friends come together to break bread and delight in the simple pleasure of good company.