This Bar Combines Classic Greek Designs With More Contemporary Ones

By: Mishal Omar - Jan 17, 2017
References: retaildesignblog.net
Otto e mezzo is a jazz bar based in Greece that was named after a classic Italian movie and features designs inspired by its own country or residence, Italy, as well as other modern influences.

Otto e mezzo serves traditional Italian and Greek food and the design of the space has the same influences as the cuisine it offers. The space features wood that is used as both functional pieces and as decor – coming in the form of tables, walls, shelving and hanging cutting boards for decoration. With images of James Gandolfini from The Sopranos and quotes from the British philosopher Paul Grice, the space opts for a dynamic dining experience rather than a conventional one.

This jazz bar fuses contemporary and traditional designs, and this coupled with its pop culture references make it ideal for individuals looking for a unique place to eat.