Bright and funky with a decidedly mid-century dude ranch vibe, Superica El Tigre in Atlanta's Buckhead neighborhood boasts huge custom and vintage light fixtures, hand charred pine paneled walls, and vintage taxidermy. This Ford Fry restaurant even features its own javelina ( a nod to both director Wes Anderson and a personal experience on a camping trip in west Texas) and celebrity mug shots. Margarita Santa Isabel, please! 

Full design conception and installation for Ford Fry Restaurants by Elizabeth Ingram. 

Architecture:  Sara Hawker - DeCarlo- Hawker

...attention was given to the design of the massive, high-cielinged space. For this location...designer Elizabeth Ingram worked to create the feel of a West Texas dude ranch. Wood paneling abounds, while trophy deer heads mounted on a wall, a light fixture from a 1950s Arizona motel, and a 400-bulb light fixture above the bar are among the many focal points in the 200-seat interior.
— AJC Atlanta Restaurants