Chattel Los Angeles celebrated the holiday season on December 17, 2013 at Terroni, a new restaurant housed in a historic banking hall at 802 S. Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles. In the setting of a sleek private dining room which was once the mezzanine of National City Bank, our team enjoyed a multi-course meal of southern Italian food and wine, exchanged holiday gifts, and reflected on our firm’s growth and accomplishments.
Chattel is especially proud to be actively involved in revitalization of the vibrant neighborhood surrounding Terroni. In 2006, Chattel prepared a Historic-Cultural Monument Nomination and Mills Act Contract and consulted on the rehabilitation of the ornate National City Bank Building housing the restaurant.
The mezzanine before rehabilitation
The banking hall before rehabilitation
The rehabilitated dining room in the former banking hall (brighamyen.com)
Chattel San Francisco's Holiday Celebration
Chattel San Francisco attended California Historical Society's annual holiday event, Historic Libations. Chattel associates Shannon Ferguson and Justin Greving sampled classic California cocktails, such as a Negroni and Boothby Milk Punch, crafted by expert mixologists, and toasted the history of mixed drinks along with guests Mike and Erin Buhler, San Francisco Heritage; Erik Kneer, Holmes Culley; Gretchen Hilyard, San Francisco Planning Department; Johnny Hayes, Funcheap.com; and Brian Turner, National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Shannon Ferguson and Johnny Hayes study the cocktail menu