It only took these guys three hours to get this sign in place. Here they are putting the “t” up. The sign, as you can see, is large. I said it before, and I’ll say it again: after nine years of people saying, “where are you, exactly?” I feel confident that you’ll be able to […]
Our friends the electricians are close to bidding us a fond farewell. The outlets are installed, the switches are in; now we just need electricity.
The first sign went up yesterday, and when I went by at 6:30 this morning, regrettably sans camera, they were starting in on the other one. I’m headed back over now to see the progress.
Five hours ago, this looked like that photo down below. I wondered if some of these people were on speed of some kind, but they all appear to have their teeth, so I’m guessing they’re just fast.
I love the great big signs going up, but this one was already made, and really affordable. Granted, it doesn’t really do much for business, but I find it has a subtle charm all its own.
Concrete’s not the only activity at Feast this morning. Our new signs are going up. As a nod to the sign we started with, we had our friend Robin Riley make some mosaic panels that harken back to the one we put up nine years ago. The rest is a bit flashier, though. More soon on […]
get ready to dine al fresco- the patio’s been poured Lots of concrete in the works today at new Feast. The patio’s been poured and the furniture’s being shipped on Friday. Before you know it, you’ll be able to soak up the sun as you soak up a Bohemian Bicycle.
Hey, I figured out what this hole was for. Guess what holds it up.
There’s a roof going up in back of Feast, which will serve two purposes: it will cover our walk-in refrigerators to keep them from working too hard, and it will give young Hektic something to climb up on top of to spray-paint his moniker on our new blue wall.
Kitchen floor tile started yesterday. I don’t know if you could technically call that a smile on the guy in the middle photo, but you have to admit: he can sure lay tile.