Can you believe it?
Our little pizzeria is ONE YEAR OLD already!
Join us for a little celebration tomorrow From 11- 3, there will be beer and wine specials, as well as, Sir Skip Tognetti from Letterpress Distillery pouring some of his world famous Lemoncello!
-And I’ll be there too, making something special for the menu!
Although our “Street Address” is technically 240 2nd Ave South, Suite 102, the fact that our front door is on Main St. has caused a bit of confusion,
So here is a map!
Come on down and see us, we will be laboring for you!
Well, It’s been a busy first week at the ol’ seagull….
but I finally got around to snapping some photos…
We’ve got 36 seats, split between the sun-bathed window.
and the 24 foot old fir table
And pizza, pizza, pizza!
As you may know, our pizza is all about the crust…
Thick, Billowy, fluffy, bubbly ….
topped with seasonal inspirations-
and cut to order, so you can decide how big of a piece you’d like
As well as a selection of antipasti everyday as well!
See you soon!
we are very close to opening…..
so no more pictures until it’s all done….
we don’t want to spoil the surprise!
But here’s our new logo!
It looks like a scene from a horror movie -a walk through a ghostly graveyard…
but its actually about 1/3 of the kitchen floor with tile laid down, and the little graves are the tile spacers.
It was a team effort today.. Roman and Jenny were trading off placing tombstones
and Johannes taking some personal pride in the project…..
After all….he will be spending most of his daytime hours here, once we open…
Once the tiles have set a bit, the spacers are removed and a tile floor emerges!
I’m a little behind on my weekly updates, but we have been working away…
It’s amazing how much a project can go from looking like some junk you pieced together,
to looking like an actual “something”, with just the first coat of primer..
The wainscoting is finally starting to look, well, -like wainscoting
Very “Stately without being pretentious” -as my contractor complemented me.
*The actual color will be a rich walnut.
the plumber starts “dry fitting” tomorrow, so this lonely prep sink will have someone to play with.
And we may actually start tiling the kitchen with this fine, fine Italian porcelain (no really, I’m serious, it is fine Italian porcelain) next week.
Well thats all for now……