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Tuesday, August 12, 2008


Anita / Married ...with Dinner

oh, it's so pretty. I can't wait to see it in person. Septemberish isn't so far away. :)


That stained redwood is a sight to behold. I bet it's even more amazing in person.

jen maiser

I peeked in from the street today, but didn't want to bug you. :)


It's looking great Brett.

Jennifer Jeffrey

What Cameron said about the redwood - OH YEAH. Can't wait to see it in person.

Looking forward to all of your posts in the coming weeks - I, for one, won't get sick of reading about it. And September is coming soon...



That is starting to look like something special!


It REALLY is looking great. I remember well those frustrating plateaus where it looked like things remained the same for weeks at a time and then suddenly, poof, quantum leaps seemed to happen.

You're on the homestretch. Reserve some energy for the first 6 months of operation.


I love the tilework over the oven. And that redwood... wow. Just stunning.


Gorgeous. I can't wait to see it in person!


From the outside looking in it seems like you're really closing in on the beast.


Brett, We've been watching from across the street and hoping for the best with you and the restaurant. You'll be surprised how quick September will be upon you! We're going to put up a "Slow Food Nation" window later in the week, come by and tell us what books we need for the display!

Tracy & the rest of the Cover To Cover crew

catherine ross

The pizza oven and tile look so cute!


Think you'll be open in time for the Blues Fest?


September will come all the sooner with everyone cheering you on.

If it's so breathtaking now, I can't even imagine how it will look at the end.


It's so PRETTY!
Congrats, I am sure it's an excruciating rollercoaster, but when you look back much later it will feel like a blip on the radar. I always thing that good things are worth waiting for:-)

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