Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Local Business Spotlight: The Living Room on Main (Dunedin, FL)

Alrighty, ladies and gents, this is a super cool joint. I just got home and few hours ago, and couldn't wait to blog about it. First, let me start out by saying I have never been to Dunedin, FL before, and honestly didn't really know what to expect. A handful of people have told me that I would love it and that it's a totally artsy small town area. But, boy oh boy, was I not let down!! This little town is full of charm and I loved every little square inch of it! I honestly didn't get to explore that much, I was meeting a friend at The Living Room on Main for a charity event for Healing Heroes (if you haven't heard of Healing Heroes, go check it out, it's a great organization that I was happy to support!)  But I plan on visiting the great little town of Dunedin very soon!

So this lovely little place, The Living Room on Main, is a quaint space, full of character and of course, delicious wine and other treats. I ate and drank light, but enjoyed every second of my experience of The Living Room. (the crab cakes were scrumptious!) Being an interior designer and recently relocating back from the great city of Chicago, I am always on the prowl for great little locally owned places that I can enjoy with friends, The Living Room has worked it's way to one of the top slots on my list. It really does feel like your are enjoying a glass of wine in someones living room. A few things that caught my attention that I must point out, they have a great use of art and accessories throughout, I love the plum walls, oh and ladies... here is a big plus... the bathroom stalls are FULL closing doors, not scrawny little bathroom stalls, actual doors! I personally thought that was a nice detail that they added. I am sure every time I visit I will find something else that I love, as will you.

Sadly, my camera battery died and I was unable to get photos of the beautiful space, so I relied on trusty ol' Facebook for photos... so enjoy the ambiance through these photos, but make sure you make it a point to visit this place yourself. You will not be let down! And as always, support local business, they are the brick and mortar of our country!! :)


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