Thursday, October 05, 2006

An authentic restaurant in Tampa

On the recommendation of my Hooters' Trolley driver, I had lunch at Spain Restaurant in Tampa. What a great example of authenticity and attention to detail!

Colorful banners, set perpendicular to the building, entice walkers and drivers.


Euro lettering sets the tone.


Designed by architect Ken Garcia, the only colors are those of the flag of Spain.


Light fixtures and chairs finish the look, which sets off the fantastic, affordable food.


My lunch. Que bueno!

Tip of the day: You don't have to spend a fortune to create authenticity. But you do have to think through every detail.
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