Vine Road bistro by Studio Yaron Tal, Jerusalem

June 18th, 2012 by retail design blog

“Vine Road” is a rustic bistro located in a small country near Jerusalem. Pastoral structure attached to a large garden with a lot of plants, flowers and fish ponds. The bistro provides a quality dairy menu made from local fresh products. The structure was at first a new modern one and was aged external and internal to look like a country house. The bistro transmits a local, young, rustic atmosphere, which is connected in harmony to the full of character and stylish garden.

Designed by Studio Yaron Tal

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