A rustic setting indeed.
Five pods made of OSB wood and metal provide informal nooks for socializing or eating.
A slightly raised, plaid-fitted cafe stays open all day.
Tom Dixon's Fluoro stools and Moooi chairs adorn the cafe. A Castor tube light hangs above a communal table.
Diners who prefer to share a meal outdoors keep warm by the fireplace.
Vintage Northern European furniture, shelving, and pendant lights contribute to a rugged impression.
Sasa Mahr-Batuz explained his vision: “The idea was to create an environment that feels like it’s been in existence for...
Beachwood Cafe in Hollywood, designed by Bestor Architecture.
Café/Bar Nominee; Beer Belly (Los Angeles, CA) designed by MAKE Architecture.
The renovation and design of the space, which had been vacant for decades when Ryan found it, was realized through a...
Ohio native Ryan Santos recently opened his first restaurant, Please, in downtown Cincinnati.
Along with a dessert display at the end of the bar and a signature pastrami recipe, the resturant features another New...
Large windows give passersby on the Ritterstrasse a view into the open kitchen.
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