A good buzz
Sessions Public is a nice place to take your honey
By Jenny Montgomery / San Diego CityBeat / Originally published Oct. 13, 2010
I’m wary of restaurants that spend too much time on just-so décor. Perfect design and attention to the hippest of trends often means food is an after-thought. However, if you’re lucky, you find a restaurant with a warm and welcoming décor that adds to the aesthetic enjoyment of the dining experience and you enjoy a delightful meal to boot.
Sessions Public is an easy to-miss, cozy enclave worth seeking out for good food and warm design, complete with punchy orange chairs.
Those saffron chairs are bright beacons that catch your eye as you drive down a particularly congested section of Voltaire Street— smart design choice. Sessions feels like a well-edited Anthropologie store, with rough salvaged wood planks along the walls, vintage window frames topped with votives hanging down from the ceiling and a quirky bumblebee theme throughout, from the logo above the door to the gigantic wall photo of a honeycomb crawling with the buzzing little buggers.
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