Posted on september 19, 2013


Romita Comedor is a restaurant that is less than two years old yet it has the ambience of a well-loved, casual tradition.
The use of wood and tile, the wood furnishings, the many plants and various surface treatments – all seem to belong here, and they seem to have belonged for a long time. Nice vintage-chic patina that also looks fresh and modern – not easy to achieve
The building dates back to early 1900s and its style was inspired by grand railway stations.
The building’s current owner, Rodrig Espinoza, and his two partners, Marcela Lugo and Arturo, designed the restaurant with the idea in mind that it would become a gathering place that would attract not just the locals but visitors as well.

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