Thursday, May 5, 2011

Mimi's Restaurant - Interior

18 comments:

Steffe said...

You should try the balcony, looks like a good place for candid portraits.

Kate said...

Looks like a musical motif.

uncertainhorizon said...

It looks like a lot of fun!

Olivier said...

Jazz New Orleans en floride, cela doit bien donner

Jack said...

Now, THIS looks familiar.

Randy said...

Great looking place. Bet it has great food too.

cieldequimper said...

I agree with Olivier, cool if they actually have jazz as background music, especially New Orleans.

Birdman said...

This has a homey feel.

Sharon said...

Love that beamed ceiling!

Small City Scenes said...

I know someone named Mimi but I din't know she had a restaurant. MBectoca

Memphis MOJO said...

The place looks like it would "feel" good. Beads hang from a high rafter -- nice touch.

Halcyon said...

This place seems really warm and inviting. Love all the wood.

Charlotte said...

What a beautiful and cosy place to enjoy an evening out. Lovely details.

I'm only a male chauvenist when insulted by women who I try to help -:)

I don't like cheese. I usually say I'm allergic. That makes people stop fuzzing -:)

Wishing you a wonderful evening.

PS: Tiger salutes you with a MEOOOOW

EG Wow said...

I really like the look of all this wood.

youth_in_asia said...

I love the interior. The ceiling is fairly dramatic and the chandelier is very pretty (unique). It does have a very French Quarter appearance to it.

I do agree with Steffe, the balcony would provide for some great candid shots.

Charlotte said...

Greetings!
Seems like a very unique day in your end of the world. I hope the sun will shine tomorrow again.

You probably refer to 'shelf claustrophia' - hehe - it's a very personal phobia that I suffer from. I get panick attacks when shopping - but only in supermarkets. Never in shops that sells clothings or make-up or shoes -:)
Happy Friday!

Small City Scenes said...

Hmmmm, I left a message years ago I wonder what happened to it. Never minds it was a throw away remark---NOT!!

Regarding your comment on Stonehenge---yes you are a bit unhenged and the words you wanted etched in stone just faded away. Sorry!!

More on why the memorial was built. Listen up!
Believing the original in Great Britain was used for sacrifices, Hill constructed the replica in honor of the war dead of Klickitat County. Hill wanted the Memorial to serve as a reminder that “humanity is still being sacrificed to the god of war.”

OK??? MB

lewi14 said...

What a rustic interior! I like it!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson