Beautiful view, Aegean typical flavors, Made in Pedrali comfort. The guests of Pyrgos Restaurant in Santorini can enjoy a unique panorama of this Greek travel destination in the great comfort given by the furniture of the Italian company. An ideal place to taste a refreshing lunch or an unforgettable dinner with the best dishes of the Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, enjoyable after a walk on Perissa and Kamari beaches or through Fira streets.
Stylistic and Architectural Renewal Project by Architecture Studio L11 – Katerina Vasileiadou Annette Bitouni Interior Design
The sophisticated design, comfort, and reliability of Pedrali furniture, which can age gracefully and resist the action of atmospheric agents and sea breeze as well as adapt itself to high Mediterranean temperatures, are among the ingredients of the stylistic and architectural recent renewal project of this historic location, curated by the architecture studio L11 – Katerina Vasileiadou Annette Bitouni Interior Design.
The restaurant has great panoramic views across this popular Greek island and it’s also possible to admire the enchanting sunrise and sunset. In the garden, which can welcome from 80 to 150 persons, chairs and armchairs of the Nolita collection, designed by Simone Mandelli and Antonio Pagliarulo, completely made of steel, have enhanced their markedly outdoor design spirit: proposed in the white version, that perfectly camouflages with the Greek landscape, they are mixed with Nemea wood seatings, conceived by Cazzaniga Mandelli Pagliarulo, and tables Bold and Arki-Table, creating an ideal place to share romantic moments.
In the restaurant design, the detailing is very careful. Before the main course, guests can drink a cocktail or taste finger food in small and intimate lounge areas, created by the lively yellow barstools of the Nolita collection and Concrete tables designed by Pio and Tito Toso, whose strength is guaranteed by the concrete base.
The restaurant is placed in the namesake village, built on the top of a hill right at the center of the Santorini island, which still retains the characteristics of the Venetian fortification. The village is located in the middle of the highest point of the island, fortified by the Serenissima Repubblica of Venice in 1400 with a castle that can be visited also nowadays. In such a historical and poetical location, the restaurant, founded in 1988, has a family tradition that has been continuing for nearly 30 years.
Photos – Antonis Eleftherakis Photography
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