Restaurant Design

Delicious food and an attentive wait staff are part of what make a restaurant experience great, but if you're visiting a themed eating establishment or bar, the concept takes center stage. The theme will influence the architecture, food, music, and ambience of the restaurant or bar, transporting you out of the everyday, perhaps into another time period or part of the world. David Tallichet, a Texan entrepreneur, has been called the father of the themed restaurant; in the 1960's, he began decorating Southern California restaurants as Polynesian islands, New England fishing villages and French farmhouses. Since then, period bars, medieval banquets and futuristic eateries have been popular in the U.S. and across the world.

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Jekyll and Hyde Terrify Times Square with Chamber of Horrors Haunt

Posted on October 2, 2013

One of the best things about Halloween (other than carte blanche to dress up, act like children and eat bite size Snickers) is the opportunity to go out and pay ...

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Fantasy Fare: 5 Amazing Restaurant and Club Designs by Karina Wiciak

Posted on September 5, 2013

For most designers, once your career is established, your works are commissioned and driven by client goals and budget albeit with latitude for your creative vision. With collection XII, Polish ...

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Would You Eat It in a Box? – Marriott Explores Pop-Up Dining

Posted on August 2, 2013

Marriott is trying to shake things up to accommodate Gen Y travelers they see as more of a challenge to engage – travelers the hotel chain believes want to “blend ...

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A New Restaurant By Designers Dsquared2 Makes Us Wonder: Could Food And Fashion Really Mix?

Posted on July 15, 2013

International fashion house DSquared2 has spent nearly the last two decades stunning consumers with their fashion-forward menswear lines (and, more recently, their provocative women’s wear collections). Identical twin brothers Dean ...

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Enjoy Truly Elevated Cuisine At Dinner In The Sky Las Vegas

Posted on June 24, 2013

When you imagine exhilarating pastimes, your thoughts probably turn to thrilling roller coasters or immersive, interactive theme park attractions. What you probably don’t think about is dinner. And yet, dining ...

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Capo’s: A Chicago Mobster-Themed Restaurant in San Francisco’s Little Italy

Posted on April 26, 2013

Restaurant trends may come and go, but Italian food is always in style. It’s one of the most popular ethnic foods in America, and in San Francisco’s “Little Italy” neighborhood ...

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Pink is the New Pink at this Barbie-Themed Restaurant

Posted on April 17, 2013

At first glance, the excess of pink may seem like a Barbie dream house, but it’s actually the new Barbie Café in Taiwan, where fans of the iconic doll can ...

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The Chic-est Burger Joint We Ever Did See

Posted on March 6, 2013

How do you combine the aesthetics of two very unique cities like New York and Paris into one cohesive restaurant design? First, take a minute and imagine some of the ...

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A Little Bit Country: The Top 5 Western Themed Restaurants in the US

Posted on February 21, 2013

We've covered some incredible themed restaurants on Entertainment Designer, from sophisticated concept art bars to tourist dives. Entertainment design in the restaurant business is about finding the sweet spot between ...

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Trick Dog: San Francisco’s Newest Cocktail Bar in Full Color

Posted on February 7, 2013

More than two years in the making, Trick Dog opened its doors on Monday January 8 at 3 pm. This themed bar is the brainchild of Josh Harris and ...

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