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Who doesn't love a well-designed restaurant? After all, besides the food, isn't that what we're all looking for? California Home + Design's Executive Editor and self-proclaimed "foodie" Erin Feher takes a sneak peek behind the country's best designed restaurants. Plus, join the conversation and tell us which restaurant designs are your favorite!

Paris has always been in our hearts...even more so now.

Exciting news for design and food lovers alike in San Francisco this week. G.

This piece originally appeared on Design Milk. Johannes Torpe Studios created the new design for Palæo, a healthy fast food chain in Copenhagen.

If the mouth-watering menu isn’t enough to inspire a pilgrimage to Workshop Kitchen and Bar (though it should be), then you should definitely trek to the Palm Springs restaurant for its award-winning design.

New Mexican restaurant sources wood from the Oaxacan jungle, which is thought to bring good luck and fortune.

Check out the full story in the Spring issue! NEAT ON THE ROCKSWhen is a nice guy also a wise guy? At the new LA restaurant The Nice Guy, the h.wood group envisioned a clubby eatery that channeled the glamour of an old-fashioned mob hangout.

Looking for Wine Country’s newest hot spot? Ari and Dawnelise Rosen return to basics with their new eatery Campo Fina, which opens today, June 18.

An old waterfront warehouse on Jack London Square is now home to chef Daniel Patterson's Haven, where the bar specializes in gin and the kitchen keeps the fare casual.

We love restaurant design as much as we love food, which makes it hard for us to pick a favorite from this year’s Restaurant Design Awards nominees. Luckily the AIA Los Angeles is giving us until 12 p.m. on Monday, June 18 to decide.

At Cucina Enoteca, the recently-opened eatery in Irvine, the parsnip-and-squash ravioli isn’t the only big seller. Guests frequently order the whimsical pendants, sackcloth-upholstered chairs and dining tables with turned wood legs.