Both spaces draw inspiration from the Liverpool Football Club’s legacy.
The design honors the four natural elements of earth, fire, water, and air.
DesignLSM crafted the 240-seat eatery.
The San Diego bar highlights tiki culture.
Honoring traditional Indian elements, the restaurant includes a vibrant color palette and handmade details.
The restaurant balances industrial and nautical motifs with elegant accents.
Organic and modern elements create a surreal environment in the Southern California venue.
Kenneth Ussenko Designs crafted the ornate venue.
The Los Angeles restaurant comprises three interconnected dining spaces and a glass-enclosed exhibition kitchen.
Marcello Pozzi’s natural palette is ideal for a transition from day to night.
The Striped Horse’s eclectic design complements its beachside locale.
A rustic aesthetic is inspired by English folklore and the rural location.
The Hong Kong eatery references Napoleon Bonaparte in its design.
Massoni, Barlo, and the Heights are designed by Workshop/APD and AvroKO.
The 20-acre site will house 25 restaurants and 40 shops.
GBRH creates a contemporary Asian aesthetic in Hakkasan Group’s 276-seat Honolulu restaurant.
The coastal-inspired design anchors the concept in its Middle Eastern setting while recalling Italian- and DC-inspired elements.
Bishop Pass’ design honors Japanese craftsmanship and materials.
The Williamsburg Inn and the Williamsburg Lodge will be among the reinterpreted venues.
The five-module unit originally debuted as a pop-up at South by Southwest.
EDG Design crafted the alpine-inspired setting.
A gray, geometric palette highlights the restaurant’s new open layout.
2017 openings are slated for locations including Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE.
The California eatery merges Napa Valley architecture with French country accents.
The two-floor restaurant highlights traditional New York elements with contemporary touches.
Martin Brudnizki Design Studio crafted the elegant eatery inside Manhattan’s historic Beekman hotel.
Kursten Bracchi and Kris Moran collaborated on the design.
The seafood restaurant features a refreshed ship-inspired aesthetic.
The Manhattan restaurant mirrors a Greek villa with lemon trees, limestone, and stonewashed walls.
The restaurant is housed beneath the W London hotel.
Raymond Haldeman crafted the seafood joint with an industrial chic vibe.
The New York restaurant recalls the 1920s and Prohibition.
The Saint Pierre features an open floor plan and abundant copper details.
Tony Filmer crafted the opulent British interiors in a 1930s style.
Diccon Wright revamped the semi-subterranean space with local materials and natural light.
The speakeasy-style eatery is housed in a historic 1918 building.
The nightlife spot will open in November.
The design echoes Scandinavian and Australian design principles with timber and a light palette.
Skylab Architecture drew inspiration from midcentury modern airport design.
Creative Resource Associates designed both concepts to honor the natural, ranch-like setting.
The nightlife concept features a sexy, geometric design in the Time Warner Center.
The eatery’s interiors include a palette of mustard leather upholstery and botanical artwork.
The Tara Oxley-designed, two-story restaurant channels an authentic Southern experience.
The reimagined dining room will be housed within a large birdcage.
The farm-to-table eatery features a midcentury modern aesthetic inspired by the natural setting outside Chicago.
The 70-seat eatery is designed by Sarah Abdallah and architects Michael McNeil and Michael Siporin.
Alexis Dornier’s minimalist design includes recycled telephone poles and a grass roof.
Designed by Paulina Czurak and Ideograf, the Polish coffeehouse features a wall of 2,740 teacups.
Asfour Guzy Architects will design the forthcoming eatery.
The Sherry Yard-led restaurant features three unique dining areas.
The Cabo San Lucas property will feature designs from Rockwell Group.
Garcia Capella Arquitectura and HBC designed the Philadelphia and Washington, DC eateries.
The firm added volume and a new counter to the Prague restaurant.
Bentel & Bentel’s design draws inspiration from the city’s natural elements.
Montrou Andersen DeMarco and DP Agence collaborated on the refined, French-inspired restaurant.
The Hong Kong eatery features charcoal wood-cladded walls and rose motifs.
The Venice Beach neighborhood of Abbot Kinney influenced the restaurant’s design.
The design channels the French countryside and 19th-century New York architecture.
The Westin Resort Nusa Dua’s Hamabe restaurant features an aesthetic reminiscent of a village street.
The art-filled eatery includes the complete text of The Art of War painted on the ceiling.
The interior design maximizes the setting through natural materials and modern elements.
Tao Group introduced the 10,000-square-foot space at the Cosmopolitan.
The 5,000-square-foot Nordic culinary concept is housed within the historic Vanderbilt Hall.
The Hotel Figueroa and the Bungalow Huntington Beach feature modern design with indoor-outdoor vibes.
The venue includes a nearly 100-foot mountain-waterfall design as its focal point.
MARKZEFF and Powerstrip Studio will craft the distinct venues.
The two-level space will include indoor-outdoor dining as well as a tasting room and bars.
The blue color scheme and kinetic detailing draws inspiration from the nearby Mediterranean Sea.
The outdoor venue is part of the Houston hotel’s recent $5 million renovation and rebranding.
The two-story restaurant features indoor-outdoor dining and a dramatic open-air turret.
The curated food hall and beer garden is located beneath the city’s historic former Isis Theatre.
An open concept redesign from Rob Steul highlights the Mediterranean cuisine.
The owners of Uruguay’s Parador La Huella will bring South American flair to the Magic City.
The invitation-only eatery features maritime artwork from local galleries.
Renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s third Colorado eatery includes a custom-designed Zen garden.
The Belvedere’s EDG-designed courtyard space centers around a 30-foot-tall Italian Cypress.
The interplay between fire and water is a key design theme.
Johnny Rockets 2.0 includes new restaurant designs and a new logo.
The Lincoln Park eatery’s artwork references the city’s musical history.
The culinary venues will encompass 38,000 square feet of the mixed-use luxury hotel development
Artist Rolf Sach’s eclectic design is inspired by the Swiss landscape.
The shop features interactive spaces and dining areas.
The ramen restaurant joins two other Isabella concepts in the Ballston neighborhood.
The Miami Beach restaurant is the latest creation by Jonas and Alexandra Millán and chef Sunny Oh.
The café and bar was designed to look like a private yard.
Musician Moby owns the vegan restaurant.
Set to open in 2017, the hotel will partner with Jean-Georges to create a signature restaurant.
Designed by Deborah Berke Partners, Mary Eddy’s Kitchen + Lounge will be led by executive chef Jason Campbell.
The restaurants are part of a $500 million re-imagination of the Los Angeles venue.
The facility features 11 separate food venues.
Hakkasan Group will operate the venue at Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
MATCH is the onsite restaurant at FOUND:RE, a lifestyle and art hotel.
The restaurant was designed by Berlin-based Bruzkus Batek Architekten.
The annex offers bedrooms to club members.
The southern Californian restaurant occupies a building designed by Marengo Morton Architects.
Designed by Otto Architects, the seafood restaurant features a nautical theme.
The food emporium will include 10 concept eateries.
The restaurant boasts new interiors, an expanded outdoor terrace, and a multimillion-dollar art collection.
The upscale taqueria is inspired by Mexican street art.
The modern steakhouse will be located adjacent to the Adelphi Hotel.