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3 Well Designed Restaurant Bars We Love

3 Well Designed Restaurant Bars We Love

3 Wonderfuls Bars for Great Food, Conversations and Memories

The Los Angeles Restaurant scene is exploding.  Amazing and Talented Designers, Architects, Developers, Chefs and Farmers are coming together to create amazing spaces to incorporate the weather and bountiful light Los Angeles experiences all year long.  They are also creating unique menus showcasing the local Produce, cuisine and cultures from all over the world.  Los Angeles is a melting pot or what I like to call a collaboration hub from cultures and ideas from every part of the globe.

 
One of our favorite design aspects from well designed restaurants in LA is well lit places.  LA has an amazing Mediterranean climate with beautiful light.  We love places that use materials and layout to elevate this natural light.  It makes that delicious drink, that afternoon snack, that morning cup of coffee and croissant so much more memorable and wonderful.  
 
Below are 3 Restaurants we live with amazing Bars 
 

Botanica - Silver Lake

This is such a wonderfully designed restaurant.  The colors and their dishes are so light and wonderful.  We picture ourselves sitting at the bar as the sun is setting and glimmering through the restaurant while we sip on a nice Rose and take a bite of their Lamb Fatoush salad.
 

Manuela - Arts District

This restaurant sits in the old Hauser Wirth Mill in a really cool courtyard at the center of the building.  We love the French style bar with a Parisian Brasserie Feel.  The shelves behind the bar holding the liquor bottles sit in front of large windows allowing lift to penetrate and refract through the bottles.  This would be a great place for a late afternoon conversation with their cornbread, deviled eggs and a glass of Sancerre.
 

Gjusta - Venice

The 3" Marble slab bar is impressive.  Start your travel or adventure morning while sitting and watching the barista whip up all sorts of drinks while you sip on a cup of coffee and eat a crossiant.
 

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