Today on Design Sponge, two great tastes together: Granada Tile’s Fez cement tile in black and white in Moby, one of the hottest restaurants in East Hampton, AND a recipe for the restaurant’s grilled Margherita pizza. Our black and white concrete tile’s just as classic and crisp as this pizza is, a winning combination for the laziest days of summer (well, anytime if you ask us) that will look and taste great all through the fall, the winter and into next spring and summer, in fact, for years to come. Cement tile is renowned for its durability — not only is the cement tough but because the color layer is not just a thin layer on top but actually goes through to a depth of 5/8″ on our 8″ x 8″ tiles the color will remain bright and beautiful through a lot of wear and tear (think of the still beautiful cement tile covering the outdoor plazas and the indoor floors all over Europe, Morocco, India, South America and more. To get that certain sheen that’s one of the things that makes Granada Tile different from run of the mill concrete (not all of which is as carefully made or durable as ours) is that we use marble powder in the surface layer along with the color pigment, which gives the tiles a subtle sheen. The qualities that make Granada Tile’s cement tiles the perfect choice for use as a fireplace surround in a restaurant — along with their beautiful designs and vivid colors, our concrete tile is long lasting, easy care and low maintenance — are the same ones make it perfect for your tile project, whether used as kitchen floor tile, kitchen backsplash tile or wall tile, bathroom tile, shower tile, patio tile or laundry room tile or in a professional setting such as a restaurant’s floor tile or coffee shop’s floor tile. Start by visiting our cement tile shop to peruse our large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles, play around with our interactive cement tile design tool and call us today at 213-788-4238 to discuss which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your home or restaurant project.