The winners of the 2015 Restaurant and Bar Design Awards have been announced, spanning the globe from Spain to San Diego. Each year, the RBDA reviews some of the finest restaurant and bar designs in the business, then awards the absolute best with official recognition. This year sees designs that range between classical and contemporary, rustic and restorative. These awards reflect the dynamic spirit of hospitality architecture, and that our appetite as diners is often defined by design.
See the full set of 33 winners of the 2015 Restaurant and Bar Design Awards here, but whet your appetite with our 20 favorites below. If you’ve been following along on TheCoolist, you’ve seen a few of these already. There’s nothing wrong with experiencing a good meal twice, right?
The Gallery at Sketch – London – by India Mahdavi
The Street Kitchen – Nottingham – by Dalziel and Pow Design Consultants
Le Peep Boutique – Mayfair, London – by Nick Leith-Smith
Hueso – Mexico – by Cadena and Asociados
Toranomon HOP – Japan – by A.N.D.
The Jane – Belgium – by Studio Piet Boon
The Airport – United Kingdom – by Frederic Robinson
Parq – United States – by Davis Ink
Tasting Room – Israel – by Studio OPA
Boulangerie Francois Grey Goose Martini Bar – London – by Ragged Edge and Brady Williams Studio
READ MORE: TheCoolist’s full coverage of the Grey Goose Camiosette
Dalloyau – Hong Kong – by Inverse Lighting Design
Archie Rose Distilling Co – Australia – by Acme and Co
Le Bar du Plaza Athénée – France – by Jouin Manku
Dandelyan – London – by Design Research Studio
Her Majesty’s Pleasure – Canada – by + tongtong
Disfrutar – Spain – by El Equipo Creativo
Bond Lounge – Australia – by Hachem
Dream Dairly Farm Restaurant – Japan – by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects