6 Architectural Marvels From Around The World That Resemble Food Items Like Garlic & Pineapple

For the love of food, check out these six amazing architectures around the world that resemble food items like potatoes, pineapple, and more.

by Tashika Tyagi
6 Architectural Marvels From Around The World That Resemble Food Items Like Garlic & Pineapple

Have you ever stared at a building and wondered how it resembles something you see in your day-to-day life? From nature to food, many of the buildings around us are inspired by the many elements that we see daily. So, we thought of picking out such architectures from around the world that resemble food items. Scroll on and check them all out.

Architectures Around The World That Resemble Food Items

1. Garlic – Bloodlust Wine Bar, Mexico

Bloodlust Wine Bar
Image Courtesy: Instagram/bloodlust.wine & Canva

Set amidst the vineyards of Valle de Guadalupe in Mexico, Bloodlust Wine Bar is a quirky bar that resembles a garlic bulb. In their defence, the bar owners wanted the bar facade to look like a drop of wine. But one look at the architecture of this sand-hued bar and there is no second guessing what food it actually looks like!

2. Tea Pot – Meitan Tea Museum, China

Meitan Tea Museum
Image Courtesy: X/@TheAegeanGirl & Canva

Not exactly a food item but we’d let this one be because of how magnificent it looks! The Meitan Tea Museum in China is shaped in the form of a giant teapot and it looks really splendid.

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3. Potato – Big Idaho Potato Hotel, USA

Architecture food
Image Courtesy: website/idahopotatocommisson

The USA is home to a potato-shaped hotel! Located in Idaho, this hotel was created in 2012 with six tonnes of steel, plaster, and concrete that was meant to be disposed of. It is 28-foot long, 12-foot wide and 11.5-foot tall and is set on a field in South Boise and offers breathtaking views of the Owyhee Mountains.

4. Pineapple – Dunmore Pineapple, Scotland

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Image Courtesy: Canva

Built in 1761, Dunmore Pineapple is one of the most bizarre yet popular sights in Scotland. The architecture of Folly, just as the name suggests, was designed to have a pineapple-shaped top and was ranked one of the “most bizarre buildings in Scotland” in 1995.

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5. Orange – Gibeau Orange Julep, Canada

Architecture food
Image Courtesy: Wikimedia & Canva

Canada’s Montreal has a unique orange-shaped building that is actually a fast food restaurant. Called Gibeau Orange Julep, this fruit-shaped building is three stories high and is quite famous.

6. Beer Can – World’s Largest Six-Pack, USA

Architecture food
Image Courtesy: Flickr

Again, we know this isn’t exactly a food item, but we’re taking some creative liberties! Wisconsin, USA has beer storage tanks shaped like beer cans! It is a landmark and a major tourist attraction in the city.

We’ve never been more hungry looking at a bunch of buildings than we are right now! Which one of these impressed you the most, let us know in the comments!

Cover Image Courtesy: Instagram/bloodlust.wine & website/National Trust for Scotland

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