An Industrial Address In Railtown Would Suit Mexico City’s Campobaja

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(via) We’ve fallen deeply in love with the airy aesthetic at Campobaja, a brand new restaurant designed by Estudio Atemporal in Mexico City. The 2,500 sqft greenhouse-meets-dining hall is convertible at one end, so the weather can either be brought inside or shut out completely. The wood stacks and roughly hewn floor planks give it at informal edge, as does the completely communal seating situation. We’d like to see something similarly situated arrive in one of the old industrial properties in Railtown, a place where the neighbourhood’s fascinating nerd/fashionista lunch rush could coalesce around fish tacos and cold cervezas…

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