A harmonious union between local arts and fare, don’t miss as Springboard for the Arts and St. Paul’s Black Dog cafe team up for the second meeting of the entertaining and comradic event, the St. Paul Bureau of Arts and Beverages.
Arguably Lowertown’s best and only monthly happy hour devoted to the local art scene, the St. Paul Bureau of Arts and Beverages meeting always you to brush shoulders with fellow artists and like-minded art supporters while enjoying treats from Black Dog’s creative, local & organic-focused menu which features Minnesota-made sodas, coffee, sandwiches, cookies and other treats.
Over the past few years, Lowertown has established itself as St. Paul’s trendiest neighborhood and a true arts hotspot housing some of the most intriguing and progressive artists in the mediums of visual artists, filmmakers, illustrators, writers, freelancers and their studios. So, it’s no surprise that an event encouraging artists to get to know each other in a causal, fun environment would exist in the heart of Lowertown, and even more appropriately hosted by the ever hipster-friendly locale, the Black Dog.
Hobnob with awesome locals, enjoy games and prizes all while taking advantage of fantastic specials all evening long on wines from Black Dog’s small yet impressive wine list and locally-brewed beers like Lift Bridge. Definitely not to be missed.
Viva la Artists Happy Hour!
St. Paul Bureau of Arts and Beverages 2nd Meeting is open to the public and takes place November 7th from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar 308 Prince St. #100, St. Paul. 651.228.9274