To-Die-For Dining & Design
Remarkable Restaurants1 of 6
Dine in style at these six delectable destinations. —Glo
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Parisian restaurant Cafe Germain's most winning element is a massive yellow sculpture by French artist Xavier Veilhan entitled “Sophie."
Olivomare in London2 of 6
Sometimes, you can’t have too much of a good thing. The pure white palette and clean lines are unwavering in Olivomare’s modern design. The fresh look is perfect for its seafood-only menu.
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Switch in Dubai3 of 6
Designed by Karim Rashid, this unique space is made up of undulating walls that enclose the dining space. True to its name, the lighting scheme changes color continuously throughout the evening. This Mediterranean-fusion restaurant is unforgettable.
Mari Vanna in New York City4 of 6
This Russian restaurant in New York is decorated with fine china, porcelain dolls, antiques and flea market finds to create the feel of a cozy apartment dating back to the early 20th century revolution.
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Orlando di Castello in Vienna5 of 6
Architect Denis Kosutic created a modern restaurant that looks more like a page out of Alice in Wonderland. Whimsical inverted lampshades bring a floral element to the space; the delightful booths are a modern take on the Queen Anne sofa.
Pizza East in London6 of 6
Respecting the building’s industrial roots, the pizzeria kept and even accentuated its original concrete walls and exposed beams, pipes, and pillars. Oversized pendant lamps add a fresh, contemporary edge.
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