Al’s Garage was conceived as the burger joint converted from an old mechanic’s garage. Roll-up garage doors provide the entrance as well as opening up the indoor, casual dining experience to the outside. Custom touches include stools and booths in red and black leather that are reminiscent of your favorite sports car. Steel tabletops, corrugated metal ceiling, concrete floors, graffiti, wrench door handles and a muffler wall that allows a peek-a-boo view into the men’s restroom all combine to add to the unique dining experience. The restaurant shares back of house facilities with Kennedy Restaurant but both restaurants are completely different experiences.