Situated in the iconic Life & Casualty Tower at the intersection of 4th Avenue North and Church Street in downtown Nashville, Deacon’s New South will fill the void in upscale dining in the business district north of Broadway. (Source: www.deaconsnewsouth.com) Pictured is the uniquely designed 24’8-3/16” x 13’10” x 11’0” high Thermo-Kool three-compartment walk-in meat cooler/meat cutting cooler/dry age cooler which is one of three Thermo-Kool walk-ins included in esteemed Nashville restaurateur Andy Marshall’s latest culinary project. Thermo-Kool’s uncompromising com-mitment to the highest level of quality and excellent customer service make a perfect fit for the restaurant’s elegant atmosphere. The Thermo-Kool three-compartment walk-in consists of six (6) 27” x 84” stationary windows on the front and is predominately placed in the stunning space in the main dining room which has an open viewing area for guests to watch the kitchen at work. Thermo-Kool’s ability to manufacture in 1” panel increments for complete flexibility in design accomplished the configuration needed to maximize storage space capabilities with no “cutting and pasting” required in the field! The white anti-microbial stucco galvanized finish on the interior of the walk-in compartments along with the LED light fixtures ensure maximum illumination is provided which accentuates the guests’ viewing capabilities. Thermo-Kool’s high density DURATHANE panel perimeter allowed each of the Thermo-Kool walk-ins to be preassembled prior to shipment for a thorough quality control inspection to avoid “hidden costs” at the time of installation.
In Andy Marshall’s words, “It took our family more than three years to select the perfect venue, and we are beyond pleased with the serendipitous way that all the elements in Deacon’s New South came together.” (www.deaconsnewsouth.com).
Thermo-Kool Customer Account Represen-tative, Erin Flynt worked on the project with Ben Whitlock, President and Jeff Egan, Sales and Design at Mobile Fixture & Equipment Co., Inc., Lavergne, Tennessee and Thermo-Kool Marketing Agent, Jim VanVleet with PMR, Inc., Thompson Station, Tennessee.