7-Sep-2013 (Sat)
Wherein you come up and see what's on the slab.

The answer is nothing. Nothing is on the slab. But we have a slab! So that's not nothing.

It's looking a little Guantánamo, isn't it?

Steel soon, I am repeatedly informed. We still haven't figured out what furniture to put in it. Suggestions still welcome.

Me: "How do we prevent people from tagging our wet concrete?"
Our contractor: "Easy. I'm going to sit here with a beer and a baseball bat until it's dry."

5 Responses:

  1. I'm a little disappointed that "write your name in the wet concrete" wasn't a stretch goal for the Kickstarter campaign, frankly.

  2. Chad says:

    I might stop by and take a look at it while trying the Pizza. Uhh...yeah, I think the last time I was at DNA Lounge was like 2006?

  3. Josh says:

    Check out Quetzal's Parklet on Polk st., near Sutter st. Their benches fit into the concrete wall slabs and are removable.