Monday, February 18, 2008

Downtown Bristol Teams Up With PYRO Gallery for an Artistic Facelif

Louisville’s premier casual dining restaurant The Bristol Bar and Grille Downtown is collaborating with the neighboring PYRO Gallery to present diners with an ongoing fine art exhibition, a great opportunity to enjoy the creativity of local artists during a night out. Gracing the walls of Bristol’s Terrace Room through March will be art from such celebrated local artists as Ann Stewart Anderson, Keith Auerbach, Kim Huber, John McCarthy, Corie Neumayer, C.J. Pressma and Marilyn Whitesell. Bristol’s display of PYRO artwork will rotate though the year, with fresh works making their debut every three months. All work on view at Bristol will be for sale.

Adding to the new gallery feel of Bristol’s Terrace Room is the specially priced wine list in honor of Bristol’s 30th anniversary. The excellent wine list, carefully selected by wine director Scott Harper, is currently available at wine store prices with no additional markup. The incredible offer is a gesture of gratitude for Bristol’s loyal patrons.

PYRO Gallery is Louisville's newest co-operative gallery representing many established artists from the area. With a focus on diverse creations, PYRO has examples of fine art from fiber to photography and all other categories in between and is one of the top contemporary art galleries in the city. PYRO Gallery is an artists’ co-op and is located at 624 West Main. Gallery hours are 11 am - 6 pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Additional information can be found at www.PYROgallerycom.

The Bristol Bar and Grille has been one of Louisville’s finest dining traditions since 1977. The downtown Bristol is location at 614 West Main Street. All four locations are open for lunch and dinner daily. Locations and phone numbers are: Downtown (502) 582-1995; Highlands (502) 456-1702; Hurstbourne Pkwy. (502) 426-0627; and Prospect (502) 292-2585. For more information, visit

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