Have you ever been to an all-pink restaurant? Here are some suggestions for an aesthetic trip once quarantine is over!
The color pink is used to represent caring, compassion, and love. Logically, a pink proliferated room can only be a welcoming place flooded with positive energy and, of course, serving food made with love. Take a look at these pink restaurant designs.
Located in Little Italy, San Diego, this place focuses on brunch. That sort of makes it a Millennial wonderland in and all by itself. From the expectable eggs and pancakes to Japanese and vegan menu items, the menu approaches breakfast from a global angle.
Do you like floral walls? Do you have Instagram? Packaged coffee beans? Just go to London and don’t miss this spot! This gorgeous café takes pink one step further and might serve you pink lattes… sounds fun! Let us know what it tastes like!
Swan Ladies Room
Annabel Mayfair nightclub in London is a maximalist paradise. Inside you’ll find a room called Swan Ladies Room, which is an absolute explosion of pink. It’s basically where you bump against fabulous people.
Sketch is a hub of four separate spectacularly designed restaurants. One of such restaurants is The Gallery, where pink invaded everything but the table towels. It is very organized and clean-looking, lavished in pink which dramatically contrasts with London itself, where it’s located.
Not London! Amsterdam is the location for this also-very-pink restaurant. If you like chicken or lobster, this is the place for you, since that’s all they serve in all sorts of manners. Both choices are quite bold and both choices are also working quite well.
Well, if you like the positiveness of pink decor then you will definitely enjoy a seat at a table of pink restaurant. These are definitely options go consider, and they are super insta-friendly. Safe travels when quarantine is over! Until then… #StayAtHome!
Did you like our post about pink restaurants that will have you swooning? Feel free to pin all the images to your favorite Pinterest board. Don’t forget to follow Essential Home on Pinterest and Instagram. Subscribe to our newsletters here, and don’t miss a thing!