Thursday, January 4, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to a bonus post for the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  We took a look at Papasito last week, now we take a look at another beautiful gem, Mamajuana Café. 

Mamajuana Café was born in the year 2006 in Inwood, NY with the intention of bringing architecture from the colonial city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and creating a menu combining together the spices of the world infused with the modern Asian-Infused culinary.  Mamajuana was the first Domincan food on Dyckman Street, and transformed Dyckman street to the cultural hotspot it is today.  Since opening up, Mamajuana Café has done so well there are now 5 locations all over the city. 

SWA Architecture were the planners and designers for the restaurant and the outdoor sidewalk café.  SWA was also involved in mediating the outdoor café’s with the local community to ensure a happy coexistence. 

You don’t want to miss this Latin cuisine, trust me.  That’s it for this week’s SWA Architecture bonus post.  If we don’t make another post, have a happy new year and follow us on Instagram - @swa_architecture

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