Art deco dining rooms, 1960s Milanese architecture and “a distinctly New York feel” are all evoked at Cecchi’s, the first establishment from veteran restaurant maitre d’ Michael Cecchi-Azzolina.
At the entrance to Cecchi’s, pistachio leather banquettes sit below a mural by Jean-Pierre Villafañe
Studio Becky Carter was given creative control to produce an environment that felt distinctively New York, but also presented a departure from the typical bistros.
“My style is retro-futurist, so I take strong cues from historic design narratives and process them through the
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