Street Restaurant

Restaurants are inspired by the cuisines and aesthetics of street food

Implications - Brands in the restaurant space are taking cues from the continued popularity of street food around the world, and are creating establishments with menus and aesthetics that mimic street vendors. This shift comes as brands within this space seek to cement themselves as authentic, as North American consumers' culinary tastes evolve and diversify.

Workshop Question - How could your brand take inspiration from culturally authentic movements?
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Tropical Warehouse Restaurants - Chicha Cafetin Was Made in a Converted Warehouse Garage
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Tropical Warehouse Restaurants
Chicha Cafetin Was Made in a Converted Warehouse Garage
Set in Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood, the Chicha Cafetin hotel restaurant was inspired by street-style fritangas and cafetins that Nicaraguan-born architect Palazio Wall remembers from his... [More]
Car Park Playgrounds - Seven Levels of a Car Park in Peckham Were Converted into Play Areas
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Warm 1,328 Clicks Pub: Mar 19, 18
Car Park Playgrounds
Seven Levels of a Car Park in Peckham Were Converted into Play Areas
Located in a small neighborhood in South London at a car park in Peckham stands a multi-sensory playground. Local company Make Shift created the playground by converting parking bays into studio... [More]
Street Food Restaurant Designs - STUDIO SHOO Curates an Ultra-Colorful and Playful Aesthetic
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This Week and Warm 565 Clicks Pub: May 18, 19
Street Food Restaurant Designs
STUDIO SHOO Curates an Ultra-Colorful and Playful Aesthetic
This street food restaurant design successfully fuses urban aesthetic with indoor modernity. The dining establishment is located in a tiny 1911 garden pavilion in Moscow. The cuisine boasts... [More]
Vegan Street Food Restaurants - 'Fancy Radish' Reinterprets Global Street Food as Plant-Based Dishes
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Average 332 Clicks Pub: Mar 21, 18
Vegan Street Food Restaurants
'Fancy Radish' Reinterprets Global Street Food as Plant-Based Dishes
‘Fancy Radish’ is the name of a new 65-seat vegan street food restaurant that is set to open soon in Washington D.C. The new concept aims to offer a plant-based take on global street... [More]
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