Restaurant and Bar Design at Sleep + Eat

Showcasing the best in contemporary restaurant and bar design from across the world.

Lines are blurring between hotels, restaurants and bars. Sleep + Eat reflects the evolving industry and unites the people designing, developing and furnishing them. New in 2018, the Eat addition brings with it immersive café and club installations; a diverse talks programme and curated brands launching the latest high-end bar and restaurant furniture, fabrics, lighting and accessories.

Why Sleep + Eat?

Sleep + Eat makes it simple for people creating and developing across restaurants, bars and hotels to see how they come together aesthetically, practically and strategically.

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New exhibitors join the show and existing ones expand their offering. From funky cafe furniture to restaurant lighting suppliers, these brands’ collections are equally suited to hotel spaces. Expect new launches from Hansgrohe, Philip Jeffries, kymo, Arte, Dedar and more. View exhibitors»

Eat Set Shalini Misra

Bar and restaurant design ideas come to life in two new immersive Eat Set installations. Shalini Misra’s nightclub and 3Stories’ cafe give new perspectives on how to reimagine hotel dining and drinking spaces. View the Eat Sets»

Tina Norden

Covering everything from lighting for restaurants and bars to a five-star hotel’s culinary overhaul, talks in the Eat Theatre are both tailored and relevant to all. Expect to hear from Tina Norden, Liran Lizman, Benjamin Calleja and more. View full programme»

What does restaurant and bar design at Sleep + Eat mean for you?

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Stand-out, innovative restaurant and bar design in all its forms.

For a designer, Sleep + Eat is the place to meet hotel, restaurant and bar owners for future partnerships; source newly launched products for current projects and find endless restaurant and bar design inspiration. For a developer or investor, Sleep + Eat is the place to commission the architects and designers behind the world’s most influential restaurant and bar spaces; be first to see new launches and source specific products; scope trends and learn the practical implications of them.

See these established brands & suppliers...

Whether you’re sourcing high-end restaurant furniture or ideas for bar bathrooms, Sleep + Eat’s curated exhibition showcases newly launched, attention-grabbing designs.

Curiousa & Curiousa (lighting); Stellar Works (furniture); Decca (furniture); Ercol (furniture); Contardi (lighting); Anthology (fabrics/wallcoverings); Dornbracht (bathrooms); Grohe (bathrooms); kymo (flooring); Moduleo (flooring

Sleep + Eat ticks all my boxes. It combines original and thought-provoking content with the opportunity to meet interesting people and catch up with industry influencers. It’s an event that understands the importance of high-quality innovation in hospitality development

Restaurant and bar news

Design Evolution Restaurant Bar

‘8 top tips for sculptural lighting in restaurant and bar environments’

By Ian Cameron, Creative Director of Cameron Design House Helmi chandelier by Cameron Design House 1. Make the design work with your space, rather than the other way around We always take a design-... Read more»

Restaurants and Bars - The Design Evolution

Restaurants and Bars - The Design Evolution

Traditional casual dining is on the decline. Once unstoppable chains like Jamie’s Italian, Prezzo and Byron Burger are closing sites and restructuring faster than you can say vegan cheese melt. Why?... Read more»

Hear from the Visionaries at Europe’s New Restaurant & Bar Design Conference

'Hear from the Visionaries at Europe’s New Restaurant & Bar Design Conference'

This year with the introduction of a restaurant and bar component, Sleep, Europe’s leading hotel design show, has become Sleep + Eat and will be debuting an Eat Conference. Packed with the foremost...Read More»

Hotel Cafe Royal

‘Inside… Hotel Café Royal’

Victorian designer and leading figure in the Arts and Crafts movement, William Morris once famously declared: “have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful... Read more»

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‘What to expect from the Sleep + Eat Installations’

Throwback to the 80s club scene with Shalini Misra; upturn café culture with 3Stories; see West Ham United from the inside-out with Denton Corker Marshall; be seduced by Hermé with AB Concept;... Read more»