Daily’s Fit and Fresh Restaurant La Jolla, California   Daily’s Fit and Fresh Restaurant emphasizes fresh and healthy foods cooked over a rotisserie, served in “fast-food” restaurant style.  A prototype design was developed that could easily be either realized as a freestanding building, or contained within an existing storefront or a leased mall space.  The interior is designed to reflect the uniqueness of the restaurant and create a comfortable environment in which to enjoy a quick meal.  The design moves patrons along a series of “buildings,” or ordering points, to the checkout zone before finding a table at which to sit.  Colors and materials were chosen that are warm and subdued and that also would stand up to the demands of vigorous daily cleaning.  
       
     
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  Daily’s Fit and Fresh Restaurant La Jolla, California   Daily’s Fit and Fresh Restaurant emphasizes fresh and healthy foods cooked over a rotisserie, served in “fast-food” restaurant style.  A prototype design was developed that could easily be either realized as a freestanding building, or contained within an existing storefront or a leased mall space.  The interior is designed to reflect the uniqueness of the restaurant and create a comfortable environment in which to enjoy a quick meal.  The design moves patrons along a series of “buildings,” or ordering points, to the checkout zone before finding a table at which to sit.  Colors and materials were chosen that are warm and subdued and that also would stand up to the demands of vigorous daily cleaning.  
       
     

Daily’s Fit and Fresh Restaurant
La Jolla, California

Daily’s Fit and Fresh Restaurant emphasizes fresh and healthy foods cooked over a rotisserie, served in “fast-food” restaurant style.  A prototype design was developed that could easily be either realized as a freestanding building, or contained within an existing storefront or a leased mall space.

The interior is designed to reflect the uniqueness of the restaurant and create a comfortable environment in which to enjoy a quick meal.  The design moves patrons along a series of “buildings,” or ordering points, to the checkout zone before finding a table at which to sit.

Colors and materials were chosen that are warm and subdued and that also would stand up to the demands of vigorous daily cleaning.  

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