Mammoth Restaurant has Separate Spaces for Drinking, Eating, and Sports

By: Joey Haar - Aug 23, 2016
References: mammothseattle & dezeen
Located in Seattle's Eastlake neighborhood, Mammoth restaurant serves clientele interested several very distinct options. The hybrid restaurant, cafe, and bar offers delicious take-out sandwiches, dozens of craft beers on tap, and sports viewing. Rather than mashing these disparate social activities together, the Mammoth restaurant design uses a long, central bar to separate the space and gather the different interests together.

Since the bar only physically separates people (leaving sight lines intact,) Mammoth restaurant still keeps a unified theme throughout the entire space. The interior is decorated with beige wall tiles, blond wood tables, and green metal stools across each of the social areas. These subtle design features give patrons a lasting impression of Mammoth, regardless of which area they came to patronize.