Tuesday, August 2, 2016


All of us love to eat well, whether at a great burger joint or an iconic fine white table cloth restaurant. Yes, the cuisine is obviously important, but now more than ever we are seeing restaurant designers ramping up their game in the creation of "must go to" establishments! Diners want experiences to remember as well as great food! Alain Ducasse's Michelin Three starred restaurant at the "Plaza Athenee" in Paris is both incredibly luxurious, romantic, and at the culinary pinnacle!  Join me on a tour of fabulous looking restaurants around the world.

Can't you just feel the refreshing wind and bright sun as you dine at "Le Panoramic" in Courcheval France?

This is not possible for an acrophobic, but look at the incredible view at the "Stratosfare" restaurant in Queensland New Zealand!

Michael Mina's "Bardot Brasserie" at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas looks wonderful!

The brand new "Blue Moon Brewing Company" in Denver's RiNo area features gigantic concrete pipes for very innovative seating.

The "Summer Cave" restaurant at the Grotto Palazzese Hotel is in Polignano a Mare in Puglia Italy. Local nobility began having banquets here in the 1700"s.

The "Le Pain Francois" in Gothenburg, Sweden transports patrons to an almost Jules Verne like fantasy environment. It was designed by Stylt Trampoli.

I find the decor at  "1 Place Vendom" restaurant at L'Hotel de Vendom refreshing and comfortable. The designer is Michele Bonan from Italy.

The sunsets diners experience at the "Grotto Krabi" restaurant in Thailand are mesmerizing! It is at the famous Rayavadee Resort.

Marla and I hosted a dinner for some of our designer clients at this spectacular outdoor restaurant in Bangkok. The "Sirocco" restaurant is on the 63rd floor of the Lebua Hotel in the Tower Club building. I walked to the pink bar in the background for a cocktail, telling myself..."please don't look down!" The experience was amazing!

I love the feel of the "White Street" restaurant in New York City.

Sometimes a place really is all about the decor and not the food,...like "Vandal" in New York City. That is some tipsy rabbit!

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Images: Misc., Daniel Lelirette

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