Tag: restaurant

Tag: restaurant


Wayan- Indonesian Restaurant Opens In NYC

Indonesia is a very special place. The humid air is filled with the sounds of birds and the smell of pungent spices wafting from the small warungs lining the tight traffic filled streets. The sheer beauty of the landscape paired with the wonderful people of the country have made it a favorite destination for traveling surfers and adventurers for decades. It’s the perfect inspiration for highly anticipated restaurant-Wayan NYC.

The same can be said for the owner of the New York City Restaurant “Wayan” that opened this week in Manhattan.

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Ketch Grill & Portside Coffee & Gelato- Point Loma CA

Located in the coastal community of Point Loma in San Diego, CA, Ketch Grill & Tap is the latest great eatery on offer from the Brigantine family of restaurants. The owners are Mike and Barb Morton and they also own Miguel’s Mexican Cocinas, Zocalo’ in Old Town, Miguelito’s Sala de Artes y Comer and the new Steakhouse at Azul in La Jolla — as well as 12 different locations including their famed Brigantine restaurants.

Besides having incredible food offered at each location, the secret is good locations, great service and inviting decor. The new Ketch Grill & Tap is another feather in the cap of the Mortons.

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BO-beau Restaurant Long Beach Ca Features Reclaimed Teak Barn Wood

The Cohn Group of Restaurants, owner of BO-beau in Long Beach, CA- is a San Diego based group that owns some of the finest eateries in Southern California. For over 33 years, David and Lesley Cohn have made it their mission to elevate the San Diego dining experience to new levels. From their humble start owning a small diner in 1981, Cohn Restaurant Group has grown tremendously and now owns 24 restaurants throughout Southern California.

“We’re big fans of Indoteak Design & their reclaimed teak products. Their vision aligns with our design intent.” -Phillip Beltran, Designer Cohn Group of Restaurants

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Chef Bobby Flay New Las Vegas Restaurant -Shark

Flays new Shark restaurant is a huge part of the The Palms impressive make-over. The Station Casinos’ principals Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta, have taken a hands-on approach to the resort’s $690 million renovation. Look no further than “Shark” to see what we mean.

The legendary super-chef Bobby Flay is opening his first new restaurant in five years and as he says, “My first high-end restaurant in 15 years.” Opening on April 1 2019, “Shark” restaurant in the Palms is an all out love letter to all things seafood.

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Cinta Tile Featured At CHICA Restaurant Las Vegas

CHICA opened In May of 2017 to rave reviews. Located inside the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, the colorful vibe and vibrant flavors of Latin American cuisine greet guests. CHICA’s Menu was crafted by celebrity chef Lorena Garcia who’s classic interpretations of Latin cuisine offers guests an adventure in dining. The robust flavors with influences from Venezuela, Peru, Brazil, Mexico And Argentina, among many others is what makes the restaurant stand apart. The decor is equally fabulous with custom handcrafted reclaimed teak wood tiles by Indoteak Design. The reclaimed teak is 100% recycled and comes from old timbers reclaimed from 100-300 year old timbers from Indonesia.

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100% Reclaimed Teak Tables By Indoteak Design

One of the most requested commercial products that we create are custom tables for homes, bars and restaurants. Whether world renown or locally owned businesses, our tables have provided a gorgeous surface for many happy customers over the years. Our old growth, reclaimed teak wood from Indonesia is the perfect material for clients in need of durable, beautiful tables. It also tells a story of sustainability as well as a commitment to our environment that many establishments find necessary to tell their brand story. Read more about our incredible tables and how we can create anything to fit your next restaurant project.

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Life Alive restaurant, located in Back Bay Boston, was concepted by the interior design firm, Studio Phenomena. Indoteak Design worked closely with Kiki Mobley and Kendall Lowe, the co-owners of Studio Phenomena to create a very colorful and unique tile floor. The client not only wanted something beautiful but also sustainable. After some discussions, the designers wanted the tiles to capture the vibe of colorful area rugs with blending of colors and title shapes. The results are stunning to say the least.

The designs were created by using Indoteak Designs Cinta tile line, which is created from 100% recycled and reclaimed teak wood.

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Gorgeous Custom Bar and Cinta Tile at Galaxy Taco in La Jolla California

Galaxy Taco of La Jolla California has quickly become a local favorite with its delicious food, airy atmosphere and bright, joyful decor.
When the owners were creating their space, they reached out to Indoteak Design to create a custom bar top made of 100% reclaimed teak wood as well as a custom back-splash and reclaimed teak tile for the facade of the bar. The result is one of the most beautiful spaces in San Diego County.

The tile reflects the local surroundings, which in this case, is the Pacific Ocean and La Jolla Shores, located just steps away from the restaurants door.

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Custom Tile Spotlight: Blue Moon Taphouse Norfolk VA

During the redesign of the Waterside District in Norfolk VA, overseen by the talented Design Agency of Jeffrey Beers International, The Blue Moon Tap House needed something unique to add to their impressive 22,550 sq. feet of restaurant and bar space. Indoteak Design was contacted and tasked with creating some custom, 100% reclaimed teak-wood tiles in the signature colors for the Blue Moon Brand.

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Reclaiming The Aloha: Dukes Restaurant in La Jolla, CA

Dukes Restaurant in Waikiki is named after the father of modern surfing, Duke Kahanamoku. The Hawaiian surfing legend was the ambassador of Aloha around the globe as well as an Olympic gold medalist. The Duke took the gold in the 100m freestyle in Stockholm in 1912, Antwerp in 1920 and silver in Paris in 1924. While he is gone, his legacy of aloha remains as strong as ever.

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