Sunday, October 30, 2011

Braceria

Braceria bench, Livorno
“Braceria” comes from brace (literally embers)
They obviously specialize in grilled food
Livorno, October 2011
(Photo by VP, Livorno Daily Photo)

4 comments:

Theanne and Baron said...

like how the window is decorated inside...the fan, the lantern, the gas pump (not sure what is in the middle...I like the turquoise color though)

nice shot of the bench(es)

J Bar said...

Interestingly no relation to a Brasserie in English. That's a type of restaurant which seems to have arrived via French meaning brewery.

cieldequimper said...

Yes, it definitely arrived via French. Like an enormous amount of English words. Blame the Plantagenêts. Or start with William (the Conqueror).

Nice to sit out there if you've had too much to eat.

joo said...

Looks nice!