Communal tables line the center of the dining space in this Mexican restaurant. The rustic wood tables pair with leather-upholstered chairs and wrought iron chandeliers, creating a design that feels authentically Mexican.
White subway tiles and wood walls and ceilings work together to create a restaurant dining room that feels contemporary and rustic simultaneously. Long tables offer a communal dining opportunity, a homey element; bars with stools bring diners even closer to the action in the open kitchen.
The dining area gives this communal space seating for six. The garage door adds function and character to the space, both allowing in natural light and giving a nod to the fact that this room was once a garage. To finish off the space, a brown geometric rug was added to define the dining area.
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.
Communal tables and bar tables with stools -- different types of seating areas -- create a space that's nuanced and interesting. The open kitchen clad in white subway tiles feels like a diner; the antique-style restaurant sign is a fun, antique element in the space. The resulting feel is both homey and modern.
This open concept living and dining room is comfortable and communal, making this space great for entertaining. Filling in the "TV Hole" above the fireplace is functional pull-out storage. Updated finishes and light airy colors create a relaxing but warm environment.
While this Mexican restaurant's dining room feels rustic and aged, in truth it was created new in just 90 days. The authentic and homey environment is derived from keen attention to detail, such as the traditional wood whisks hanging from the ceiling. Adding old to new, existing tables in the prior restaurant space were repurposed, cut up and reformed into both intimate and communal tables.
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 elevated, communal-style seating running along the center.
The main house of the building, sitting directly in the middle of the guest rooms, is a communal space where guests come to check in, eat and relax outside of their rooms. Just in through the front door, the space begins with this beautiful dining room. The forest-feel comes immediately through in this space with its color palette of warm browns and greens. The extendable table, which seats as many as 10 guests, is flanked by the hidden star of the show: an exquisite black armoire that accents the deep green of the wall, while the grain of the wood adds pattern and texture to the room.