Three years ago, the owner of a Chicago-area restaurant had a similar experience.
The owner of the restaurant wanted to renovate his place in the heart of downtown to use ceramic tile instead of hardwood.
But when the restaurant went into receivership, the owners had to find a new home.
The restaurant went under, but the owners are trying to rebuild.
They want to build a new restaurant, but not in a location that will use ceramic tiles.
The problem, according to the owners, is that ceramic tile has an odor.
It has a bad taste.
They’re trying to replace the smell with a different, odorless material, but they’re facing the same issues.
The owners, Mark and Lisa Johnson, are trying the most expensive solution to their problem.
They hired a new ceramic tile tile contractor and hired an experienced ceramic tile contractor to build the new restaurant.
But the new contractor is still working with the ceramic tile company, according a letter from the Johnson family attorney, Jeffery Moulton.
Moulson said that the new ceramic contractor has not yet been hired.
The Johnson family has not been able to obtain a new permit to build their new restaurant in the city, so they’ve had to take out loans to pay for the construction of a new building.
The loan payment would help cover the cost of the new construction.