As the sun begins to set at Murrells Inlet in South Carolina, restaurant lights create an ambience for waterfront dining
Through the windows of a restaurant not yet open at Old Orchard Beach in Maine
The Jumbo Floating Restaurant is Hong Kong’s iconic Floating Palace. It has been in movies, frequented by luminaries, movie stars and royalty, and a common sight in tourist brochures and postcards. It has been around since the 1950’s and is very much a part of the Hong Kong scene.
Hong Kong’s floating restaurants are multi-story structures, decorated in the traditional imperial Chinese style, that is lots of dragons, pagodas and red and gold decorations, the colors that traditionally represent the empire, prosperity and good fortune. The Jumbo is able to accommodate up to 2,000 diners. Slide image. circa 1985, from a ferry-boat to the restaurant.
A floating restaurant on the Kerala backwaters juts out in the canal to lure boats and customers
A shaded location for a restaurant in Asheville, North Carolina and benches to see the street scenes or rest afterwards ….