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Eater Talks | The Evolution of Restaurant Design in London

Join us at Ace Hotel Shoreditch on Wednesday 27 November

Eater Talks: The history of restaurant design in London

Wednesday, 27 November — 6:45pm

Eater London and the Ace Hotel will continue their ongoing food and restaurant industry discussion series in September.

Next up is the evolution of restaurant design in London: We will explore the role of New York City in London, the necessary limitations of budget, the importance of Cafe Rouge, the inimitability of St. John; the good, the bad, the beautiful, and the ugly; and just how important is a restaurant’s layout and looks in 2019.

Eater London editor Adam Coghlan will host the latest Eater Talk in conversation with Afroditi Krassa, the product and interior designer behind Itsu, Dishoom, and Lucky Cat; Katy Manolescue, who led the design projects for Hoppers restaurants, Clipstone, BAO Fitzrovia; and Shayne Brady, of Brady Williams, the company responsible for design at XU, Brigadiers, and Soutine.

Why do so many restaurants look the same? What determines trends? How much does designing a restaurant cost? And who are the people behind the best and most recognisable restaurant aesthetics?

All that, and more: Join us on the 27th November to discuss one of the most important and comparatively under-discussed elements of the restaurant industry.

This Eater London x Ace Hotel discussion will take place on Wednesday, 27 November from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tickets cost £15, and include one drink.

Book here.

Arrival at 6.45 p.m. is recommended in order to begin the talk promptly at 7.00 p.m.

St. John

26 Saint John Street, , England EC1M 4AY 020 7251 0848 Visit Website

Black Axe Mangal

156 Canonbury Road, , England N1 2UP Visit Website

Ace Hotel

100 Shoreditch High Street, , England E1 6JQ 020 7613 9800 Visit Website

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