New name and décor for Mt. Kisco restaurant

April 11, 2013 by  

Eduardo’s, an iconic restaurant in Mt. Kisco for the past 44 years, recently announced that it has undergone extensive renovations and has changed its name as well to reflect the new ambience of the restaurant.

According to the owner, Eddie Lubic, a wall was partially removed in order to create more open space and make the restaurant like one big party room, while new colors and upholstery were added too. A piano bar was also part of the renovations and includes a counter painted so as to mimic keys. Perhaps most noticeably, the name of the restaurant has been changed to Eduardo’s Restaurant and Piano Bar so as to reflect the alterations and additions.

The interior of the restaurant is now rather unique, with paintings and murals along the walls. A mural that Lubic says will be like a ‘hall of fame’ for customers is located between the dining space in the front and the remodeled back that will have the likenesses of customers. Lubic’s wife, Ann-Margaret Wagner, was responsible for the work on the interior decorations and wanted it to be contemporary, yet still warm and inviting.

As with any company rebrand, local printing companies are sure to have been busy as a result of the charge, perhaps carrying out menu and business card printing to bring things bang up to date.

With the addition of the piano bar, the restaurant now has live music acts typically scheduled for Thursday, Friday, or Saturday nights. A new tapas menu of special small Spanish dishes is yet another new feature.