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Southwestern Mexican Eatery

September 25, 2015
Designed by Barbara Rourke and Jason St. John, this restaurant blends homey, traditional Mexican-American decor with trendy, contemporary elements.
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Photo: Jennifer Puno. From: Bells & Whistles.

Contemporary Hand-Painted Cabinet

A deep blue cabinet off the main dining room holds hand painted Mexican beverage pitchers and glasses. Orange and white patterned tile and a light blond wood paneling are a visual contrast to the deep blue cupboard.

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Photo: Jennifer Puno. From: Bells & Whistles.

Colorful Restaurant Bar

Broken Spanish is deeply devoted to a homey Mexican-American décor and offers a variety of dining experiences, from easy going two- and four-tops in the main room to bar seating. Orange and white Mexican tile decorates the entire wall adjacent to the open kitchen.

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Photo: Jennifer Puno. From: Bells & Whistles.

Contemporary Mediterranean Restaurant

A "City of L.A. Made In Mexico" manhole cover sets the tradition-meets-modern tone of Broken Spanish restaurant above a recessed wood floor and a one-of-a-kind concrete wall.

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Photo: Jennifer Puno. From: Bells & Whistles.

Broken Spanish Custom Foyer

A one-of-a-kind cast concrete wall acts as the guest entry way to dining area of the Broken Spanish Restaurant. Sandblasted Brazilian marble floors create depth and add a balanced contrast to the “tin” textured ceiling in the main dining room. Behind, a decorative cinder block wall is adorned with hanging plants in a nod to indoor-outdoor eating.

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