Santa Barbara’s famed Esau’s Cafe is closer to reopening, with the appointment of JM Holliday Associates to design the cafe’s 1,500-square-foot interior. The architecture and interior design firm is based in Santa Barbara. Michael Holliday will head the project, which will feature a surfing gallery and artwork by retro-surf artist Rick Sharp. Esau’s new location is in the Paseo Chapala Building, across Chapala Street from the Paseo Nuevo Mall.
Esau’s One Step Closer to Reopening
Thursday, January 17, 2008
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