A cut above fast-casual without the formality of fine dining, Ovlo Eats is a new 56-seat “fast fine” restaurant located in Plantation, Florida. Modeled after the popular California dining concept, the restaurant is the first health-focused option in the area serving fresh, feel-good food using the highest-quality ingredients. The restaurant’s interiors by Miami-based Saladino Design Studios complements the fresh menu and emphasizes the owner’s California vibe.
“The 2,500 square foot space is our take on a modern, California farmhouse that is often edgy, light, visually calming with a minimal mix of materials,” said Juan Diaz, project manager, Saladino Design Studios. “The food at Ovlo Eats has a light feel so we made sure to translate that in the materials we selected.”
The restaurant’s branding emphasizes green living, so the interiors showcase a fresh design with green accents that compliments the fresh & healthy food. The designers added a bold green onyx counter that gives the space a sense of sophistication, while adding to the overall theme. White-washed brick walls surround booths wrapped in natural brown leathers, fluted glass panels, and modern wood-inspired porcelain floors.
The furniture, including the booths and hand-painted white oak tables, were custom-crafted by Saladino. Adding depth and texture to the restaurant, the creative designers incorporated a large moss that hangs down from a skylight above one of the booths. The large booth also features a trendy neon light that reads “Food with Thought” — a nod to Ovlo’s mission.
The owners , Steven Stolberg, Josh Bernstein and Chef Jeremy Shelton, are planning to expand to 10 locations.
For more information, visit https://www.ovloeats.com
About Saladino Design Studios
For more than a decade, Saladino Design Studios’ team of creative designers, engineers, architects, and craftsmen have dedicated themselves to the philosophy of concept, design and build solutions. With a lifelong passion for hospitality, the Miami-based collaborative studio led by brothers and co-founders, Sean and Mike Saladino, is fueled by the individualized narrative the artisans craft for each project. The SDS team has produced more than 100 notable projects in South Florida including Los Altos, Suviche, Novecento, Ovlo Eats, Beaker & Gray, Bird & Bone, Funky Buddha, among others. For more information, visit www.saladinodesign.com or follow them on social media @SaladinoDesignStudios.