High fashion brand Bottega Veneta opens its first-ever café in Osaka, Japan. Located at Hankyu Men’s department store, the café is also directly accessible from their boutique.
The café’s interiors take inspiration from the concept of lightness, in which “bold material colors and light elements evoke intrigue.” As you enter the space, you’ll notice a neon pink signage that says Bottega Café. Behind the signage is a glass garden.
One of the most interesting features of the space is the Terrazzo Pallladiano flooring, which is made with Venetian marbles.
But the best part is no doubt their menu, which includes coffee, juice, wine, desserts, and salty bites inspired by traditional Italian staples. The café also boasts a wide range of wine, which is largely produced in the birthplace of Bottega Veneta, Veneto region.
While we wait for Bottega Café to open here in the Philippines, you can shop at the brand at Greenbelt 4 and Shangri-La Plaza East Wing.
Photo courtesy of Bottega Veneta
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