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It's All About Food and Socializing

For us, the Lyon-based project Reception is a rare example of merchandise at work: there's originality and yet no obsession with current trends or screaming claims. Thanks to their enthusiasm and passion for their cause, a special vibe and no over budgeting, here comes a concept that has been carefully thought through and skillfully brought to life. This type of thing has always caught our eye. If you feel the same, hop on.

«It’s All About Food and Socializing» - runs the brand's slogan. Bluntly, this says it all. Sounds casual enough, one would think. Reception is about good memories: trips, adventures, towns, places and people. The featured restaurants symbolise places where people spend a significant part of their lives. The creators pay homage to what they believe to be the world's best restaurants, where friends, families, colleagues and random passers-by contribute to and share the energy of the place. Usually such must visit places are suburban eateries off the beaten track that are considered legendary by locals. In fact, the longsleeve with its is impressive graphics and satisfying subtleties is the perfect medium for capturing the essence of such cafe chit-chat. Among some nice features are the bill-resembling tag and the written the address of the place. Longsleeve items by Reception are a call you can trust, a beautiful souvenir and a great gift. 

In a recent drop the team draws our attention to the Roman trattoria Da Teo, El Obrero from Buenos Aires and Fanelli Cafe of NY. 


Trattoria Da Teo

A family place located in Rome at Piazza Dei Ponziani 7, offering the traditional Roman cucina romana. Teo himself works in the kitchen and greets visitors. This is a must-go. See for yourself and ask locals about it, or just check Tripadviser. Don't forget to book or you'll risk a long wait.


El Obrero

The flair of the La Boca at its best. Authentic atmosphere and friendly prices. Sure, there will be lots of football around.   


Fanelli Cafe

Fanelli Cafe, SoHo, 94 Prince Street is of historic significance for New York. Founded back in 1847, this is the second oldest place in town, which got its current name, Fanelli Cafe, in 1922, after its new owner - former heavyweight boxer Michael Fanelli.


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