The Isle of Capri Casino complex along the Mississippi River in Cape Girardeau, Missouri contains one of the finest and most diverse collection of restaurants in the region. The restaurant and lounge interiors vary in their design inspiration, providing guests a wide-range of dining experiences.
The Lone Wolf takes on the character of an old shoe factory with appointments of brick, reclaimed woods and a variety of rusticated metals with refined accents. Lighting exposes and exaggerates these textures with grazing illumination and secondary highlighting. Farradday’s, the property’s steakhouse, features abstracted rustic river lore, embraced by crisp modern forms. The semi-casual setting includes a “tree canopy’ greeting arrivals, along with carefully woven wood wall veneers along its perimeter. Those elements, along with an extended stone wall, provide textural richness to virtually every view. Lighting embellishes the surfaces through wall washing and oblique illumination techniques, while adding accent to artifacts. Keller’s, a more casual second floor and rooftop venue, is reached by patrons across a wooden bridge. An entanglement of highlighted fly fishing rods serves as a scrim to introduce the arriving customer. Lighting is playful and simple in revealing both seating areas and an interesting collection of wall hung artifacts. An fireplace is centerpiece to an attractive outdoor deck experience. Decorative lighting elements play an important role in establishing each restaurants signature aesthetic.