Design Seen: St. Cecilia

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The New York–based firm Meyer Davis Studio has brought a distinctive vintage-cum-urban aesthetic to the South with its design for St. Cecilia, a new restaurant in Buckhead led by owner and chef Ford Fry and executive chef Brian Horn. The 11,000-square-foot venue features distressed mirrors, reclaimed-wood floors, Romanesque tiled columns, and stone chef’s tables. 404.554.9995, stceciliaatl.com

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