Shoyu restaurant in the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport uses an ordering system on iPads anchored to each table, using technology to streamline and add novelty to the dining experience. In addition, guests can check email, surf the web and check their flight status from the dedicated iPads at each table.
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.
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.
Polished concrete floors set an industrial tone that's carried throughout this authentic Mexican restaurant. A wood paneled ceiling accent above the bar feels simultaneously rustic and contemporary, and leather on the barstools adds definite Southwestern flair.
The scene-y Bully Boy in Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward, is modeled after a favorite childhood restaurant with the same name, fondly remembered by Concentrics Restaurants owner Bob Amick. Combing shareable plates from chef Michael Bertozzi, a beachy vibe and a very low key ambiance (translation: service can be spotty and the check-in at the hostess station needs work), this new Atlanta restaurant in the shadow of another Concentrics spot, the beloved Two Urban Licks is worth a try for its unique combo of seafood and global interests. The blue crab fried rice is a must.