Posted by on May 2, 2011 | 0 comments

Rustic Pendants Complete the Roadside Theme at Daytona’s Pig Stand BBQ

Daytona Beach, Florida is known for several things – college spring break, NASCAR, Bike Week and now we’re recognizing them for…great barbecue! At Daytona Pig Stand Barbecue, the tasty plates of pulled pork and grilled chicken are just part of the dining experience; you’ll feast in an atmosphere with a variety of uniquely styled rustic pendants hanging throughout the interior.

Located less than an hour North of our offices at Barn Light Electric, Daytona Pig Stand is a favorite stop for bikers who visit the nearby Bruce Rossmeyer Harley Davidson motorcycle exhibit. Within the eating area, you’ll see multiple crown shaped pendants known as The Turbine. These unique, cord hung pendants complement the metal air ducts above and rustic wood panel walls. Combined, these fixtures create a rustic roadhouse setting where you would expect to find some of the best savory, slow cooked meals.

If the Turbine pendant’s vented shade looks familiar, it was was inspired by the wind-activated metal turbines (also known as whirlybird roof ventilators) which were prevalent on the rooftops of commercial buildings and motor homes during the 1950’s. If you prefer to install a Turbine light along your wall, a gooseneck light is also available.

In the rear of the restaurant, four sports bar pendants hang over the food prep area: the Sports Bar Bucket Pendant with a red wire guard and the Sports Bar 2 Light Bucket Pendant. These pendants can be found in the Restaurant Lighting section online and are some of our best selling products for rustic and sports themed businesses!

Restaurant interiors are just one of the many settings where the industrial Turbine and Sports Bar Pendants will make a great accent. As you’ve may have seen in our other posts, the Sports Bar Bucket Pendant and gooseneck light looks great within coastal mud rooms and kitchens. They also are perfect for themed retail spaces, gymnasiums and industrial farmhouses.

Second Photo Courtesy of Janene H., from

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