The logo for Riverstation, Bristol’s newest restaurant, located in the former headquarters of the city’s river police, has been created by London group Paton Walker. Wells Mackereth devised the interiors for the restaurant and Mike Richards of Inscape Architects was responsible for the building design and conversion. The restaurant, which offers space for 250 diners over two levels, also incorporates a delicatessen. An espresso bar will open on 25 April.
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