Contemporary with industrial elements, the main dining area at Il Corso features reclaimed wood flooring and high ceilings with exposed ductwork and beams. Dark red dining chairs add a splash of color to the brown color palette. Globe-shaped lights hang from the ceiling to provide lovely ambient lighting.
There's ample seating at the bar area to enjoy a few cocktails and even dinner. A tufted, leather banquette built into the wall pairs with square wooden tables and red leather barstools to offer a casual place to enjoy food and drinks.
Contemporary with industrial flair, the main dining area accommodates both intimate and big gatherings. A built-in, tufted banquette lines one side of the space for additional seating. Deep red chairs bring a splash of color to the mostly brown color scheme. Reclaimed wood floors, exposed ductwork and beams add edginess to the design.
Warm outdoor lighting highlights the beautiful stone facade of Il Corso, a restaurant in Palm Desert, Calif. Designer Chris Pardo gave the space a contemporary look with a few industrial elements to keep the design interesting.
The main dining area at Il Corso in Palm Desert, Calif., is very accommodating for small and large parties alike. We just love the rugged stone walls, reclaimed wood flooring, exposed ductwork and beam ceiling.
Colorful bottles of liquor decorate the glass shelves of Il Corso's bar, which is visible in the main dining area. Reclaimed wood floors, ceiling and exposed ductwork lend an edge to the modernized design.
Exposed ductwork and ceiling beams bring an industrial vibe to the main dining room at Il Corso. Dark red chairs surround each table with black and white linens, and globe-shaped pendant lights dangle above, adding a fun element to the design. Reclaimed wood flooring and natural stone walls complete the look.
Il Giallo Osteria and Bar in Sandy Springs is a chef-forward Italian experience located close to all of Atlanta's action but with the unusual appeal of plenty of free parking (yes, it is a big deal in this valet and paid parking-crazy town) in a handsome, open space. Chef and co-owner Jamie Adams features fresh, homemade pasta in his open-kitchen for diners who enjoy a little cooking show entertainment with their meal. Adams' agnolotti with brown butter and sage has been featured on Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate, but there are plenty of other culinary delights on offer including polpette turkey and duck meatballs, a distinctive calamari studded with capers, and a short rib ravioli and a rotating cast of pasta dishes that make this a local favorite. With a talented pastry chef onboard, desserts are just as notable and some of the stars of the show, including the strawberry jam and mascarpone strawberry pizza, bomboloni and a decadent hazelnut bar like a European candy bar with a haute twist.