When you typically think of mall food courts, the things that come to mind are drab, chaotic, and mismatched at best. City Food in Saint-Petersburg is the exact opposite of that. DA Bureau has re-invented what a mall food court can be, presenting a sleek interior and consistency across restaurant concepts, resulting in an experience a guest may actually want to spend some time in. Their food court is broken into two sections; one, deemed the food-market for gasto-enthusiasts is darker, more industrial and showcases one-off restaurant concepts while the other, deemed the food-hall, is lighter and designed to be more sociable for the big fast-food brands that thrive there. The interiors overall are ultra-modern and clean-lined; light pinewood and industrial materials are used overwhelmingly in both spaces. Neon and greenery are abundant across the interiors landscape, creating a sense that this food court is, instead, a high-end outdoor market.
CITY FOOD Saint Petersburg Food Court Interior Design by DA Bureau