Two questions for you. If someone said the words “stylish, cave-like and wood-wrapped” would you have an idea what they were referring to? And would you want to eat there? We’re not sure what your first answer would be, but let us answer the latter for you: yes. The Pio Pio Restaurant in New York City does not lack in drama, fresh perspective, unique designs or a stunning atmosphere. Walls alternate between smooth wood planks and some other material we can’t quite identify, think is wood and really love the pattern of. That wood contrasts nicely with gray concrete. Sparse furnishings blend in with the architecture’s aesthetic so that you can hardly tell them apart. Austere and thematic art creates a visual feast. Modern and lovely! Anyone know if the food’s any good?
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