The major focal points in the interior of Juice Served Here are the custom geometric wood installations. A large installation spans the back wall of the cafe, serving as a backdrop for the space, and another installation spices up the checkout counter.
The view of the dining and communal seating area in this Mexican taqueria restaurant will likely make you want to eat -- and celebrate! Bright orange and pink walls are adorned with yellow trim and a serape striped wall. An antique molinillos -- wood whisks -- installation hangs near the bar dining space, reinforcing the culinary theme.
The bar in Bracero Cocina de Raiz is lined with cast concrete tiles designed in a geometric agave pattern. The bar exemplifies the dynamic blend of Southwestern and industrial styles seen throughout the restaurant.
Broken Spanish is designed to inspire the adventurous and sophisticated eater while welcoming them with the living-room like qualities of your favorite abuelita. The deep matte blue ceiling in the Abuela Room cools down the otherwise bright and lively space.
In homage to traditional Mexican dining, a wrapping carrara marble bar puts customers in intimate proximity to the kitchen. A unique light green patterned wall runs the length of the bar seating adding contrasting color to the wooden ceiling beams.
Industrial concrete floors and columns pair with rustic wood chairs and tables to create a dining area in this San Diego restaurant. The Mexican restaurant also boasts a large bar area, where barstools offer additional seating for more casual dining.
Communal tables line the center of the dining space in this Mexican restaurant. The rustic wood tables pair with leather-upholstered chairs and wrought iron chandeliers, creating a design that feels authentically Mexican.
The knickknack wall in the interior dining area of the Broken Spanish Taqueria creates a kitschy and cozy dining experience while keeping true to the Mexican inspiration for the restaurant. Bright, striped accent pillows along a rustic wood bench reinforce the latin American style in the space.
This Mexican restaurant offers different styles of dining tables to accommodate parties of all sizes. Ferns and other foliage plants hang from a metal ceiling grid, adding natural color and life to the dining space.
Here's the outdoor area of a funky Mexican restaurant called Broken Spanish Taqueria. A 500-square-foot interior patio with crowd-friendly tables sits under a kitschy, faux fern-laden pergola and custom painted, lush garden walls. The designer wanted the place to seem like guests were entering someone’s garden or Grandma’s backyard, where families gather and a festive sense of the outdoors is felt indoors.
Broken Spanish is deeply devoted to a homey Mexican-American décor and offers a variety of dining experiences, from easy going two- and four-tops in the main room to bar seating. Orange and white Mexican tile decorates the entire wall adjacent to the open kitchen.
The major challenge in designing this juice bar was the considerable amount of space in the building. The designers at Bells & Whistles made the cafe feel intimate by locating the bar in the center of the space and creating smaller areas to sit or shop.
A large glass door and garage door open to give this California juice bar an open-air feel. Charcoal gray tiles give the cafe's exterior a cool, contemporary look, and potted cacti greet guests with authentic California charm.
While this Mexican restaurant's dining room feels rustic and aged, in truth it was created new in just 90 days. The authentic and homey environment is derived from keen attention to detail, such as the traditional wood whisks hanging from the ceiling. Adding old to new, existing tables in the prior restaurant space were repurposed, cut up and reformed into both intimate and communal tables.
This lovely vignette oozes personality and sincerity. Mexican-inspired accessories top a mounted vintage suitcase, and a framed black and white photo offers a nod to the past.
Here's the festive interior dining area of a restaurant called Broken Spanish Taqueria. Individual Mexican cushions for the seating were hand selected in Tijuana. A knickknack shelf is adorned with items from chef's home for a personal living-room feel. Antique "molinillos" hang from the ceiling.