Taylored Architecture was asked to aid in the planning and permitting process for the conversion of the first floor of the Historic Captain Simon Johnston House into a restaurant. The program also called for the design of a new outdoor dining pavilion and landscape plan for multiple secluded dining terraces in the existing landscape around the building. The interior of the building is to remain as "untouched" as possible while still meeting the requirements for building code. The outdoor dining pavilion was sited so that it does not interfere with the street views of the historic house, while taking it's design cues from the detailing of the Johnston House. The curved diagonal bracing on the pavilion echo the archways of the entry to the Johnston House and the pagoda style roof is designed to match that of the Johnston House as well.