Sunday, January 25, 2015

In the Frame

From the art to the drinks, Sundays at Tavern Road looks beautiful


Dinner, drinks, and a little art collecting. 

Finally, some multi-tasking you can look forward to. 

That's the concept behind Studio Sundays, which combines two of our favorite things about Fort Point — Louis DiBiccari's restaurant and bar Tavern Road and the local artist community — into a monthly end-of-weekend gallery event that let's you drink in the whole scene, in more ways than one.

Sure, maybe you've strolled through a few open studios in the neighborhood before while sipping wine from a paper cup. This is better: every fourth Sunday of the month, a different local artist is invited to display their works for viewing and purchase inside Tavern Road's colorful digs on Congress Street. 

Whatever your walls need, you'll find it here: comic book-inspired drawings and watercolors from illustrator Patt Kelley, who kicks things off this Sunday; sharply observed portraits from photographer Natasha Moustache in February; and reclaimed wooden frames by Bill Phaneuf, maybe for your own artwork. 

And while your purusing the wares, don't forget to pick up something from Tavern Road's in-house artists behind the bar — seriously, we'd hang the Down & Brown (rye, fernet, benedictine, maraschino) on the wall at our place if we could. 

Talk about having good taste.

photo by Patt Kelley

Studio Sundays at Tavern Road
Fourth Sunday of every month, starting Sunday, January 26
343 Congress St., Fort Point
(617) 790-0808

Price: Free
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