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I don’t have strong feelings about interior design. I recognize good interior design when I see it. I even appreciate a designer’s ingenuity in transforming a room basically filled with tables and chairs into something aesthetically pleasing. But for whatever reason, I can feel just as happy at Honey Pig in Annandale, which is little more than corrugated tin and concrete, as I can inside the soaring Adamstein & Demetriou—designed dining room at Zaytinya. When I’m honest, I have to admit that a few of the most “elegant” dining rooms in the area—-I’m thinking about you, Inox and Central—-actually leave me cold.
Photo of 2941’s actually awesome interior by Darrow Montgomery