The Red Pif Restaurant and Wine Shop in Prague features an oak bar counter beside an adjacent dining area | Designed by Czeck studio Aulík Fišer Architekti

restaurant wine shop bar designed by Czeck studio Aulík Fišer Architekti, the Red Pif Restaurant and Wine Shop

Shustov Brandy Bar - repurposed wine barrel lids.

Gallery of Shustov Brandy Bar / Studio Belenko - 8

Denis Belenko Design Band have created the Shustov Brandy Bar for the Brandy Factory, located in Odessa, Ukraine. The walls are made from barrels, the ceiling is made from brandy bottles and the table tops are made from reclaimed barrel oak.

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Spinning the wine bottle-shaped shutters in the windows of this Prague shop reveals a wall of wine racks inside.

Red Pif Restaurant Wine Shop, Prague, designed by Czeck studio Aulík Fišer Architekti

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Briefed to create a brand identity and interior for Dabbous, a new restaurant situated on a corner site on Whitfield street, London, Brinkworth took inspiration from the minimal and natural presentation of the food to create a raw, industrial space.

Timber Bar

wooden bar counter with matching timber shelves on wall behind. Back wall white with glass backsplash. Binissalem stone counter tops, white painted cabinets (lacquered) below?


Because we will feature so many rotating specials, the idea of a chalkboard wall is appealing. Or at least a partial chalkboard wall. I'm not crazy about the crates, but I do like the idea of floating boxy shelving.