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As a restaurateur, you are always on the lookout for ways to stand out from a crowd and entice more people to visit your restaurant. While menu changes and ingredients are obvious places to start, don’t forget to consider restaurant interior design ideas to help look your best. The restaurant design is important to every aspect of your restaurant as it communicates your aesthetic to your audience before they even order their first drink…and it is with that reason in mind that we share with you a list of 10 USA best restaurant ideas, where fashion and glamour are key!
Jean Georges Beverly Hills by Pierre Yves Rochon – BEVERLY HILLS
As the first West Coast venture for the highly acclaimed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Jean-Georges Beverly Hills opened with much fanfare. Since June 2017, it’s quickly become the new must-have reservation to obtain with a “who’s who” dining scene.
You might catch a glance of the world-famous culinary giant in the dining room. But since Vongerichten has an empire of restaurants around the world to oversee, you’ll most likely meet the man who carries out his vision with precision — French executive chef Steve Benjamin, formerly of L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon in Las Vegas.
Decorated in bright white furnishings and calming kelly- and lime-green fauna accents, the restaurant has mastered fine-dining opulence with a laid-back, California-cool undertone. It’s no wonder the design is flawless — famed designer Pierre-Yves Rochon curated every last detail, down to the Bernardaud china with a chartreuse-colored trim.
Amara by Meyer Davis – MIAMI
Amara restaurant is warm, natural and inviting; drawing from an effortless & vibrant local beach community with whitewashed paneling, natural woods, graphic concrete tiles captured by huge windows displaying amazing views. It has all Meyer Davis inspirations!
Meyer Davis’ favorite aspect of the project is the blurred lines between the interior/exterior divide. The location on the Bay offers up spectacular views and provides a great environment for entertaining amongst this vibrant community – this space needed to provide the perfect backdrop to that. On both levels, large windows provide unobstructed access to the views, and large doors pull back to further remove the divide between the two spaces. The furniture concept was consistent; extending throughout both environments – inviting pieces that offered an effortless, comfortable immersion into space.
The environment had a direct influence over the materials in play, as well as the detailing. Large-scale, bold moves are balanced with an approachable and inviting material palette. Natural finishes are contrasted with accents of color and pattern in a range of textures. The approachable palette & engagement with the direct environment aids in fostering the effortless gathering hub for the community at large.
Bellemore by Studio K Design – Chicago
Designed by local outfit Studio K Creative, Bellemore Restaurant, in Chicago, is layered with so much texture that never feels overwhelming. The luxury restaurant design behind the restaurant mimics the essence of a grand manner but created with contemporary elegance. The restaurant interior decor feels grandiose with a high ceiling but is warm and inviting, with a bold color palette paired with warm wood tones throughout. There are columns which are clad in a dimensional white-washed chevron wood and cast beautiful shadows from the spotlights that surround them.
The floor plan circulates around a grand centralized server station, dressed with large-scale seasonal floral arrangements from a local floral designer. Chandeliers throughout the space are a custom creation with bistro globes interwoven into a brass floral weave design.
BLVD by Studio K Design
At first, Kara Callero, Frank Callero, and Steven Zaleski didn’t even want their first restaurant to be luxurious. But when the three first-time restaurateurs saw the long-vacant former Chromium nightclub space in Fulton Market in 2015 and they started believing in what it would be a perfect fit for a luxurious restaurant.
And now, around three years later, BLVD is Chicago’s 2017 poster child for what some believe is one of the top trends in American restaurant design — midcentury luxury and glamour.
Acacia by Yabu Pushelberg
Las Alcobas, a Luxury Collection Hotel, in Napa Valley is the first luxury resort to debut in the area in seven years. The 68-room boutique hotel, sister property to Las Alcobas Mexico City is nestled next to the Beringer Vineyard in the charming and sophisticated community of St. Helena. Positioned as one of the most alluring hotels in wine country, it offers tranquil views overlooking the expanse of the vineyards. One of USA best restaurant ideas are here…
At Acacia House, the hotel’s signature restaurant set within a circa-1905 structure, seasonal dishes highlight the local bounty of California’s best pours.
Danlu by Jeffrey Beers International
After eating and drinking their way through night markets across Taiwan, Hong Kong and China, chef Patrick Feury, along with partners Henry Chu, Kenny Huang and Michael Wei, decided to bring the unique flavors of these countries to Philadelphia. Danlu, which means “nectar” in Taiwanese, is a two-story, Taiwanese night-market-inspired gastropub with a kitchen run by Michael Cooperman, formerly executive chef of New York City’s The Red Cat, and featuring small and large plates, raw compositions, noodles, rice dishes and Chinese sandwiches.
The eye-catching interior was designed by award-winning New York City firm Jeffrey Beers International, which utilized natural and textured materials and bold mural graphics throughout the space.
Dirty Habit by Dawson Design Associates, San Francisco
Tucked away in a mysterious space, Dirty Habit will occupy the previous Fifth Floor restaurant and offer market-driven share plates from Executive Chef David Bazirgan, as well as cocktails from Bar Manager Brian Means. The sociable environment will sit five floors above San Francisco’s South of Market (SOMA) streets.
A marked departure from the former restaurant, the concept of Dirty Habit is sleek San Francisco film noir meets the modern-day digerati set. Positioned to define rather than follow, the bar-centric model of Dirty Habit transports guests to a theatrical atmosphere, with a focus on the 10-foot-long fire fixture and fully heated patio that will extend the urban outdoor season in San Francisco. Guests seated in Dirty Habit’s outdoor patio will be able to order from the full food and bar menus.
Dirty Habit was initially inspired by the Escher-type pattern of the existing lobby floor, causing guests to be entranced and consumed by an experience laced with illusions. Hotel Palomar is owned by Pebblebrook Hotel Trust.
DaDong by George Wong Design, New York
The three-story, 450-seat behemoth at Three Bryant Park will be the first U.S. outpost for the Michelin-starred chain that has 14 locations around China (10 in Beijing, four in Shanghai, plus one coming to Chengdu). DaDong New York booked 2,500 reservations inside two hours when the restaurant opened for bookings on Oct. 11!
The restaurant has two main dining rooms with the second floor offering an energetic, stylish, sexy, and slightly gritty atmosphere and the third floor offering a more refined and elegant dining room. Designed by George Wong Design, it also includes a 3,785-square-foot outdoor garden on the second floor and an 858-square-foot outdoor terrace on the third floor, along with a few private dining rooms. The entire venue accommodates over 400 guests.
Chica by Blueplate Studios & Wilson Associates, Las Vegas
The Venetian Las Vegas is set to introduce its latest F&B concept, Chica Las Vegas, later this month. Designed by Wilson Associates in collaboration with Blueplate Studios, the hotel’s maiden Latin concept will join sister restaurant Yardbird Southern Table & Bar in the Venetian’s Restaurant Row.
The design pays homage to its cultural Latin roots, complete with vivid colors and chic, contemporary accents. Authentic, ornate textures from handmade vintage tiles to colonial-style ironwork will further reflect the cultural influence on the space alongside a bright palette and female-centric artwork. The kitchen will be equipped with a built-in rotisserie wall and custom Churrasco grill. A variety of private dining areas will arrive as well.
Gibson by Mister Important
Gibson is a relatively new restaurant inside the Hotel Bijou that transports diners to another era of time. The gold art deco-inspired decor and long blue banquet bring to mind Paris during the 1920s. What’s on the menu? Well-balanced cocktails, the most delicious toast ever with decadent toppings, caviar service, and other upscale dishes all cooked in the kitchen’s wood-fired oven.
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