The Most Stylish Restaurants in Major American Cities
Restaurants realize their space should look as appetizing as their food, and just because you might not live close to any of these incredible places doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in their decor.
We tracked down some of the most beautiful restaurants across the country and will help you get the look with our wide range of products from Wall Theory. Feast your eyes on these lovely interiors!
1) The Musket Room, New York NY
The Musket Room incorporates rustic and contemporary design elements to create the restaurant’s simple, yet stunning space. Guests are greeted by a striking 20-foot walnut timber bar, leading back to a bright and airy garden room. Strong textures like their weathered wood and brick, paired with jewel tones make for a rich, lush interior. Let the New Zealand inspired cuisine tell you its story.
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Photo Credit: Pinterest
2) L’Amico, New York NY
A bold geometric floor takes center stage in the rustic-chic italian restaurant designed by Brooklyn-based firm Crème. Exposed beams and floor-to-ceiling windows add to the charm of the space. This diverse menu will bring you back to Sunday family dinners. Mama would approve.
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3) Bywater American Bistro, New Orleans LA
It’s a bistro for modern American cooking. The chef, Nina Compton, blends her own Caribbean roots with Italian and French styles for a refreshing and approachable space. Their feature brick wall provides a strong background for an industrial palace, creating a cosy yet artistic feel amidst simple wooden columns. Don’t be shy. Everybody is a friend here.
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Photo Credit: @bayoufoodie85
4) Bavel, Los Angeles CA
Located in the Arts District, natural light was the first critical characteristic used to create a bright and inviting atmosphere. The brick walls evoke the textures of ancient Middle Eastern seaside villages. Sit down and become a part of the family with a menu that showcases family roots in Israel, Morocco, Turkey, and Egypt. We recommend the you start with the Hummus… my mouth’s still watering.
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Photo Credit: @baveldtla
5) Hello, Sailor, Cornelius NC
Fried fish and retro charm. A midcentury modern vision of geometric patterns with a tongue-and-groove cathedral ceiling. It’s got an identity that invites you to sit down and indulge in some hushpuppies, and maybe even enjoy a beer or two on the waterfront patio.
Photo Credit: @hellosailornc
6) Maydan, Washington DC
The restaurant’s centerpiece hearth — a blazing fire pit outfitted with grills and two clay ovens for baking delightfully misshapen, floppy-crackery flatbreads — sets a dramatic scene. This is food meant for groups and sharing, but make sure you look up from your plate to notice the intricate details of the space.
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Photo Credit: @rlopez809
7) True Laurel, San Francisco CA
True Laurel feels like an art installation, with walls and dividers set at odd, beautiful angles and a sculpture designed as a tribute to midcentury designer Isamu Noguchi. This is a sanctuary for comfort with unusual wit and style.
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Photo Credit: @truelaurelsf
Restaurants reflect shifting styles and values.and their own creative achievements motivate diners’ imaginations and ambitions. We hope these chic and edgy restaurants have sparked your own creative freedoms and we can’t wait to help you make them happen!