Bottega Veneta had a big year, and along with expanding and opening new stores, the brand is trying new things out—like, you know, opening a café.
The Bottega Cafè is the first cafè the brand has opened, and it's situated in department store Hankyu Men's in Osaka, Japan. The space measures 55 square meters, and is accessible from the brand's boutique on the second floor.
According to the release, the cafè is "designed around the concept of lightness, the space explores the blurred boundaries between perceived exterior and interior areas. The tension between bold material colors and light elements evokes intrigue, while the overarching feel reflects the brand’s sophisticated Italian roots."
Now, on to the menu. There's coffee, tea, juice, and wine, as well as desserts and salty aperitivo bites. But, the real highlight is the noteworthy wine selection from the birthplace of Bottega Veneta, the Veneto region.
We don't know about you, but we're already adding the Bottega Cafè to our Osaka itinerary. Not to mention, a bunch of sleek and cool Bottega Veneta pieces on our to-cop list, too.
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