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The eclectic folk-art gallery, named for iconic artist Raymond Thunder-Sky (a.k.a. the Construction Clown), in Northside has started its curtain call.
The new gastropub serves Southern- and German-influenced bites next door to Braxton Brewing in the former Alto Pizza Kitchen.
Proceeds from Executive Chef David Kelsey’s four-day prix fixe menu will benefit nonprofit No Kid Hungry.
Held in Newport and Covington, Oct. 4 & 5, the event will feature live music, an artisan market, food vendors, and a conference, in what its cofounder calls a “SXSW for bourbon.”
The Walnut Hills drinkery features juxtaposed dual themes in its upstairs and downstairs bars.
The downtown Japanese karaoke bar will transform into a Pan-Am airplane lounge for one week in October.