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Here at Kaswell, we believe that flooring is what brings a space together. That’s exactly what happened with our End Grain Mesquite floors that were installed at Sotto, an upscale restaurant in Washington D.C., known for its smoked meats, house made sausages, and craft cocktails. Located on 14th Street NW below Ghibellina’s, Sotto is quickly becoming a D.C. hot-spot for live music and a good time, thanks to owner Ari Gejdenson.
“I am very pleased with the quality and durability of the Mesquite End Grain flooring I had installed at my restaurant. Our floors look stunning and hold up well to the high-traffic and wear-and-tear of a restaurant. We have gotten so many compliments from our guests. Installation and the final result was just what I hoped for and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a high-quality, beautiful floor. Kaswell did a great job!”
Ari Gejdenson, owner of Sotto DC
The End Grain Mesquite for Sotto was sold in 3″x 3″ x 1/2″ blocks that were then sanded and finished with poly-urethane for extra protection. Though the natural color is a reddish-brown, we are able to stain the product in multiple shades of brown-ranging from walnut to espresso.
Our End Grain Mesquite block floors are the perfect option for high traffic hospitality spaces that experience a constant stampede of Jimmy Choo stilettos. Our most durable product, these blocks can withstand the busiest of evenings due to its hard-wearing surface and stability. Mesquite has been installed in such places as Lavo Nightclub (New York), The Lumberyard (Laguna Beach, CA), Sanctuary Hotel (New York), and The Ritz Prime Seafood Restaurant (Newport Beach, CA)- scheduled to open later this year. Other hospitality installations that feature our products include Nobu Restaurant City of Dreams Casino (Manila, Philippines), Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub of The Cosmopolitan (Las Vegas, NV), and the Dream Downtown Hotel (New York).