Crockett's Public House
Deep-rooted local history
Crockett's is a local South Sound restaurant named after early Puyallup resident and pioneer, Hugh Crockett. The restaurant group takes pride in taking buildings with historic value and renewing them. Creoworks completed this unique environment in collaboration with Babienko Architects and Innovative Milwork Solutions.
The space consists of locally sourced Radiatta pine plywood throughout the ceiling, walls, and booth seating. Custom fit Big Leaf Western Maple butcher block bars and table tops are dotted throughout the space along with hot-rolled steel bar shelving and drink rails. Old growth reclaimed Douglas Fir timbers are used for the custom bathroom "stack wall" feature along with stained white oak wall paneling and CNC-routed Crockett's logo of the pig and barrel giving the final signature touch on this custom branded environment.