Meat Packing District Inspired Restaurant in Melbourne

Modern elements and vintage paintings and photographs is what defines this Atlantic Restaurant and everything was designed by Blackmilk Interior Design. Located in Melbourne, Australia, this charming place was inspired by the famous New York meat packing district.

Taking as an example the hustle and the bustle of the fish markets of years gone by, in New York and Chicago, this unique restaurant is a great place to have a lovely meal or a drink. It has superb features, such as weathered timber and incorporated elements of the traditional Persian rug into the carpet.

The architects tried to give it a homely feel and an interesting design that will leave you speechless. Furthermore this 300 seat restaurant features an industrial aesthetic incorporating steel framed glass, screens and varying floor heights to create a series of private dining rooms with nautical names like “The Cabins” or “Engine Room” inscribed in silicone on the dividing glass doors.

The Atlantic Restaurant is a contemporary space where lighting is extremely important due to the big amounts of dark tones used throughout the entire place.

It is a gorgeous restaurant filled with stunning details that will blow your mind. It is modern, yet it has some traditional elements as well. It os perfect for parties, cozy and chic, the perfect match for a cool night out.

Published by in Interiors, on August 31st, 2011


About us is a website that offers you the latest and greatest news/articles/features in architecture, interior design and furniture.Since we launched we collected more than 10,000 unique articles with more than 60,000 pictures & ideas...

Homedit is not a retail shop, nor do we sell anything from this website. We try to direct you to a website with every post, so that you can inquire directly.... read more.


Submit a design

We are interested in interior design , architecture, furniture and lighting, but it can be anything, as long as it's about home.

Email to stefan.lucian{at} with the following info:

  • A brief description 200 words or more
  • A link to a website is always good
  • Email as many large photos as you have