Designed by Central de Proyectos SCP, Jorge Bolio Arquitectura, Mauricio Gallegos Arquitectos and Lavalle / Peniche Arquitectos, this space has been built inside of a 19th century engine house of a farm that was in disrepair.
Several independent structures have been joined with beams and glass to form the restaurant that has many different rooms, each featuring touches of the old.
In this section of the restaurant, henequén (agave) strings produced by the last rope factory in Yucatan, hang from the ceiling to help with acoustics.
In the bar area, original stone walls have been combined with open steel shelving and a large wood bar. A large cabinet with mirrored doors makes the room feel larger than it is.
Decorative black and white patterned tiles flow throughout the restaurant and add a sense of continuity to the space. Its larger dining room looks out onto the surrounding landscape through floor to ceiling windows.
The restaurant also has a private dining room for small gatherings. Walls of backlit shelves highlight the various bottles on display.
As you could see, you just can’t miss this amazing spot in your next travel to México!