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seersucker

a light cotton, linen, or other fabric with a crinkled surface and often striped
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seersucker

[′sir‚sək·ər]
(textiles)
A washable fabric with crinkled stripes made by altering the tension of the warp threads during weaving.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Searsucker is currently promoting its Happy Hour via social media (primarily Facebook) and also by distributing flyers at high-rise residential complexes in the area to tap into the local consumer market.
“We are so excited to have a hand in the construction of the third Searsucker project,” says Alfredo Jaime, partner and co-founder of Jaime Partners.
In order to recreate Searsucker's 'new American classic' concept and highly regarded atmosphere, the same artistic designer, Thomas Schoos, was brought on for the Austin location.
Searsucker Austin will be located at 415 Colorado Street in the Warehouse District of Austin, Texas.
Jaime Partners' project management services have been utilized for a number of Enlightened Hospitality Group restaurants, including Searsucker San Diego, Searsucker Scottsdale, Herringbone, Gingham, Gabardine and BURLAP.
As the program managers of Enlightened Hospitality Group (EHGRP), Jaime Partners provided design development and construction management services, completing the entire Searsucker project in six months.
“It was such an honor to be hired again by Enlightened Hospitality Group for the Searsucker Scottsdale build-out.
In order to recreate Searsucker San Diego's 'new American classic' concept and highly regarded atmosphere, the same artistic designer, Thomas Schoos, was brought on for the Scottsdale location, while the San Diego-based hospitality-development company, Enlightened Hospitality Group will operate both restaurant locations.