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Friday, March 21, 2014, by Ana Heretoiu

Klime And Anita Kovaceski's New Concept, Crust

Miami Herald

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Dnevnik

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BizBash

Posted January 17, 2012, 10:41 AM EST

"MIAMI/SOUTH FLORIDA: Klime Kovaceski of Trio on the Bay has introduced his newest venture, consulting firm Miami Restaurant Consulting Group. Kovaceski will be joined by Krsto Stamatovski of Studio K Architects, Ben Neji of Wine 69, and Rocco Laudizio from Slick&Design."

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PMQ Pizza Magazine

”We have wines in the $30-to-$40 range, but more are between $20 and $30.
A lot of people today don’t want to spend $40 on a bottle of wine just because the name sounds fancy!”
Klime Kovaceski

Nov 2013, PMQ

Eater

Tuesday, January 17, 2012, by Lesley Abravanel

After a short stint at Trio on the Bay, Klime Kovaceski is now a restaurant consultant. A press release sent out on Facebook says that Kovaceski's new Miami Restaurant Consulting Group includes "experienced industry professionals such as Krsto Stamatovski (from Studio K Architects), Ben Neji (from Wine 69) and Rocco Laudizio (from Slick+Design)" Says Kovaceski, "the MRCG team will use their collective expertise to cover all aspects of planning and launching your next project."

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Sun-Sentinel

By Susan Bryant, Correspondent, 3:31 p.m. EDT, June 25, 2013

“Some of my new items are leaning toward New American and departing from the strictly Italian cuisine,”
Klime Kovaceski

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Faktor

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UMD Voice

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NewTimes

By Sara Ventiera Thu.,
May 30 2013 at 8:00 AM

"Northern California is fascinating," he said. "You can walk into almost any casual spot with the menu on the bulletin board and find amazing, unpretentious food. I think that's the difference between the East Coast and the West Coast: it's quality of ingredients on the West Coast versus the techniques on the East Coast -- how crafty the chefs are."

Kovaceski's inspiration came from spending time in San Francisco

Republika

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Intervjua

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Miami NewTimes

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