Meeting Point Cocktail Bar and Restaurant in Aviles, Spain Welcomes Guests to Relaxed Atmosphere

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At the Meeting Point cocktail bar and restaurant in Aviles, guests enjoy meals made in-house daily from quality natural and fresh produce. Diners enjoy breakfast, a fixed-price weekend brunch menu, and casual dining with an eclectic menu of “street food” gastronomy in a relaxed atmosphere.

Located in a renovated former nightclub, co-owner and decorator Priscila Sanz and Gijon-based interior studio Loft Store Concept envisioned a retro vibe. Layered, warm, and inviting, the quirky decoration is notable for the varied material palette, including leather banquettes, patinated leather on metal bar stools, rough-hewn wood floating shelves, metal lighting fixtures, and polished stone flooring. Dispersed throughout is a curated selection of decorative objects, vintage items, and animal prints, many from the Brocantia store in Oviedo, which sells an eclectic mix of singular furniture, lighting, and decor.

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There is a seamless blend of vintage and contemporary elements; patinated leather on the bar stools, sleek forms of the dining chairs, and lighting fixtures that adorn walls and ceiling.

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The jungle-themed wallpaper provides the perfect backdrop for solid-hued furniture and accents in rich forest green, brass, teal, mustard yellow, and black. Moneky metal sculptures and framed portraits of animals complete the animal theme.

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Address: Plaza Domingo Alvarez Acebal 7, Lower level, 33402 Aviles, Asturias, Spain

Photography by Érika Anes, exclusively for Spain for Design.

Asturias-based Érika Anes has been interested and linked to the arts since childhood, an interest that prompted her to study photography and lighting in Oviedo. In 2014 she started working for Mediadvanced, a multidisciplinary creative agency that develops communication, image, photography, art, marketing, and e-commerce projects. She has worked for several Spanish brands and companies in different sectors. A regular contributor to Spain for Design, she continues to develop as a freelance photographer. She set up her own studio for photography and video production, Deza Studio. (@dezaestudio).

To view more of Erika’s photography for Spain for Design, see Café in Asturias, Spain Channels a Victorian ParlourMonteNuño Residential Complex, Oviedo, Spain, and Asturias for Design.

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