Behind a massive, graffiti-covered door in Seville, Spain is a café. And a bar. And an art gallery. And an antique store.
It’s all in one room, and it’s called Redhouse Art and Food.
The folks at Redhouse have taken over a large, industrial space for their unique creative enterprise.
It was late afternoon, and I was in need of a break, when I saw the enormous door.
I wandered in and ordered a glass of wine from a list written on a door that had been covered in blackboard paint.
There were pastries and tapas, and a lively group behind the bar. A bicycle was parked alongside the wall – another sign that this wasn’t just an ordinary café.
It wasn’t until I sat down and started looking around that I realized just what was going on.
There’s cozy seating areas, where the furniture is for sale, and the whitewashed walls provide gallery space for local artists.
The art is, of course, for sale.
In another area (on the left in the photo), there’s even racks of clothing.
It’s a great concept – combining art and gastronomy – and, judging by the crowd, a popular one.
I’m not surprised – there’s not many places where you can have a drink and a meal – and buy the chair you’re sitting on.
Redhouse Art and Food
C/ Amor de Dios 7