Broken Spanish is deeply devoted to a homey Mexican-American décor and offers a variety of dining experiences, from easy going two- and four-tops in the main room to bar seating. Orange and white Mexican tile decorates the entire wall adjacent to the open kitchen.
This installation of vintage Bracero hats hangs in the stairway between the first and second floor of a Mexican-inspired restaurant. The display, paired with a rustic wood dresser and mounted metal horse heads, creates an overwhelming sense of authenticity.
Yellow-and-pink Restaurant Bar with Mexican-style Accents
Fashioned from raw concrete blocks characteristic of the Mexican landscape, this taqueria bar is vertically bordered with a bold yellow “stepped” bar top, a feature inspired by Mayan ruins and tailored specifically to the space. Vibrant colors express vitality and excitement.
Vintage hand tools are assembled into an artful display on the second floor of this Mexican restaurant near the exposed kitchen. The restaurant's design is a sophisticated nod to the burgeoning farm-to-table movement in Tijuana, Mexico.
Mexican Restaurant with Red Ceiling, Striped Accent Wall and Antique Knickknacks
Here's the festive interior dining area of a restaurant called Broken Spanish Taqueria. Individual Mexican cushions for the seating were hand selected in Tijuana. A knickknack shelf is adorned with items from chef's home for a personal living-room feel. Antique "molinillos" hang from the ceiling.
Thoughtful accessories and artwork bring personality to this Mexican restaurant. Here, a wine glass display is topped with Mexican-inspired decor, ensuring the atmosphere is as authentic as the cuisine.
Pink, Orange and Yellow Mexican Restaurant with Long Communal Table
The view of the dining and communal seating area in this Mexican taqueria restaurant will likely make you want to eat -- and celebrate! Bright orange and pink walls are adorned with yellow trim and a serape striped wall. An antique molinillos -- wood whisks -- installation hangs near the bar dining space, reinforcing the culinary theme.
A decorative cinder block wall is adorned with hanging plants in a nod to indoor-outdoor eating. One-of-a-kind handmade ceramic chandeliers hang above the sitting area adding to the "living-room" feel of Broken Spanish.
In homage to traditional Mexican dining, a wrapping carrara marble bar puts customers in intimate proximity to the kitchen. A unique light green patterned wall runs the length of the bar seating adding contrasting color to the wooden ceiling beams.
This dining area in Bracero Cocina de Raiz features a wall of steel-framed windows that showcases a view of the staircase. The staircase boasts one of the restaurant's most notable displays, an installation of vintage Bracero hats.
The bar in Bracero Cocina de Raiz is lined with cast concrete tiles designed in a geometric agave pattern. The bar exemplifies the dynamic blend of Southwestern and industrial styles seen throughout the restaurant.
For a look that's warm, genuine and inviting, this Mexican-inspired restaurant combines a variety of design styles. Concrete adds an industrial feel, heavy wood lends a rustic vibe and orange-toned leather is a nod to the eatery's Mexican influence.