Restaurants

Restaurants are generally shot before the first service of the day to take advantage of arranged chairs, set tables, clean counters, etc. These shoots are done with minimal disruption to the necessary restaurant operations.

These photos benefit a restaurant’s marketing efforts (people dine out as much for the atmosphere as the food), designers’ and architects’ portfolios, building ownership (to show off amenities), and other involved entities.

In order of first appearance: Legal Crossing (LX), Liquid Art HouseGather, Trade, The MerchantForum, Bar LouieLegal on the MysticRow 34Legal Oysteria, Legal Sea Foods at Logan Airport.

Interior architectural photograph of LX, also known as Legal Crossing, in Downtown Boston. This wide-angle architectural photograph shows off Liquid Art House's interior. Gather Restaurant is seen in this architectural photograph. This daytime architectural photograph shows Trade, a restaurant in downtown Boston. The main dining area is seen in this architectural photograph of Liquid Art House. These two photographs together show tables at Trade and Liquid Art House. A wide-angle interior photograph of The Merchant restaurant in Boston. A wide angle photograph of Forum, a trendy restaurant in Boston's Back Bay. A wide angle architectural photograph of Bar Louie in Boston's Fenway neighborhood. This vertical photograph shows off Liquid Art House's bar and lounge seating. This diptych shows two restaurants, Legal on the Mystic and Row 34 in Boston. A dramatic staircase and bar are seen at Forum, a Back Bay restaurant. A beautiful chandelier is seen above a curved bar in Liquid Art House, a trendy Boston restaurant. An elevated interior view of Trade restaurant in Boston. The beautiful and simple design of Legal Oysteria are seen in this photo. Legal Sea Foods restaurant bar in Boston Logan Airport's terminal B. This dark and moody photo shows off Liquid Art House in Boston. A symmetrical photo shows off the dining room in Liquid Art House.