Folk Art Restaurant in Riverside, California

Unusual Life has a feature on a strange restaurant called Martin's Tio's Tacos in Riverside, California. The owner, a folk artist named Martin Sanchez, spent 10 years building and decorating the structure out of discarded objects:

Relatively undiscovered, Mr. Sanchez has been working on his creation for almost 10 years. Patrons of the restaurant can walk underneath cooling streams of water flowing from a fountain garden made of broken pieces of clay and old pipes, discarded bicycles, dolls and other items.

Marlow Harris and JoDavid of Unusual Life did a good job documenting the place (lots of pics! Even our pal Hanan of grow-a-brain made an appearance): Link - Thanks Marlow and JoDavid!

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