All posts tagged as calasia construction

23 Aug

Rossoblu – DT News

In Uncategorized by John Murawski / August 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

Learn the secrets behind Rossoblu Italian restaurant

Since Rossoblu was founded, partner Hans Luttman has wanted the community to have full access to his Italian restaurant’s brand through hands-on classes. 

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30 Jul

Orsa & Winston – LA Times

In Uncategorized by John Murawski / July 30, 2020 / 0 Comments

Josef Centeno’s Orsa & Winston is The Times’ Restaurant of the Year

What does it mean to be an exceptional Los Angeles restaurant? None of us could have known how complex the question would become in 2020.

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20 May

CalAsia Construction – GC Magazine

In Uncategorized by John Murawski / May 20, 2020 / 0 Comments

The Best Beauty Salon Contractors in the US

The beauty salon industry grows with each hair trend. The demand for hair care services has increased over the past five years. In fact, there are now 86,000 salons across the nation. The beauty salon industry is not limited to hair care services; spa and skincare services have also become a lucrative business for the beauty salon industry. Many are now venturing into the beauty salon business because of this upward trend.

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04 May

Pasjoli – Eater LA

In Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / May 4, 2020 / 0 Comments

Nightshade, Pasjoli, and Auburn Are LA’s James Beard Foundation 2020 Finalists

A somber setting as multiple newly-closed Los Angeles restaurants have been nominated for the industry’s most prestigious award

It was a much quieter, slightly more somber affair, but Los Angeles has officially received its finalist nominations for James Beard Foundation restaurant, chef, and design awards this year.

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21 Jan

Prime Pizza – Eater LA

In Restaurant Construction by John Murawski / January 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

Burbank’s Next Great Pizza Spot Believes in the Power of the Square Pie

Prime Pizza’s new Valley home is now open

An iconic Burbank restaurant space has a new tenant this week thanks to the Prime Pizza team. The former 15-year-old Taste Chicago corner stand-alone building, long owned by character actor Joe Mantegna, has been completely overhauled by new owners James Starr and Zak Fishman, and now features quirky pizza graphics, a big red Prime Pizza sign, and lots of slices inside.

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