Jeffrey Adams on Fourth Street is the newest addition to the downtown restaurant scene. A partnership between Adam Andrews and Jeff Bassett of the Old Fourth Street Filling Station, this new restaurant has the elegance of a steak house without the dress code or price.
“We’ve been scouting locations for another downtown restaurant for over a year, looking for something as successful as The Old Fourth Street Filling Station. Nothing really worked for us until one of the servers at a nearby restaurant came over during lunch and told us that the former NOMA building was available. We both looked at each other and knew that was the space,” says Jeff Bassett, part owner of Jeffrey Adams on Fourth.
“The building was perfect for the concept I had in mind. The old feel to the building and the detail in construction made it unique, adding modern seating makes it comfortable and elegant. A big plus is the building has two stories. The top level is available for a private party if needed, complete with bar and restrooms, without disrupting the downstairs restaurant. The lounge with a bar downstairs means anyone can come and relax, watch the game, hang with friends, or host a private celebration,” says Adam Andrews.
Read more on page 56 in the November 2012 Issue of FW