Scene City | A quick look at Keepsakes Juna branch

A casual conversation with Sally Leuenberger turned into a surprise tour of the latest branch of the eatery where students flock to enjoy snacks, lunch or afternoon breaks.

When we mentioned that we happened to pass by the place and saw the new Keepsakes at Juna, Sally offered to take us for a quick look inside.

A wrought iron headboard is utilized as furniture

A wrought iron headboard is utilized as furniture.

It is always an exciting and pleasant opportunity to see how Ed and Kim Leuenberger put into place pieces they pick up during their travels or ‘treasures’ bought at surplus stores that transform into ingenious decors we don’t expect to use at all.

Multi-awarded orchid-raiser and breeder Salvacion Uy-Leuenberger poses at an interesting corner of Keepsakes Juna.

Multi-awarded orchid-raiser and breeder Salvacion Uy-Leuenberger poses at an interesting corner of Keepsakes Juna.

It is not just the food that excites us when we drop by to have lunch or snacks or even dinner. From the entrance to the ceiling up to the restrooms, we discover art and crafts that titillate our senses! How the bird cages turn into lampshades, headboards that fit into the refreshment parlor, tiles set on dining tables, empty bottles hanging on a wooden shelf and a hundred other pieces that all fit into one amusing place to dine in.

Customers enjoying their meal at Keepsakes Juna

Customers enjoying their meal at Keepsakes Juna

Thanks to the Leuenbergers, we learn to recycle, reuse and enjoy the miracle of loving the environment at Keepsakes.

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