When they were designing their newest restaurant, San Francisco chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski decided the space should match how they think about food: "Classic, with modern nuances and super pops that come out of nowhere."

F&W Editors
April 07, 2015

When they were designing their newest restaurant, San Francisco chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski decided the space should match how they think about food: "Classic, with modern nuances and super pops that come out of nowhere." They pulled it off. Texture is everywhere at The Progress, from the ceiling (where a super-high-gloss finish highlights the 100-year-old blemishes) to the sparkly bathroom (made with 250 pounds of glitter). Here, an inside look at the fascinating construction process.

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