Bermuda Onion, a 90's deli in the Short North.
During the June, 1990 Gallery Hop this yet to open deli was still painting their logo on the inside. Bermuda Onion occupied the original Short North Tavern location after the tavern moved a few doors down to today's location. The deli lasted until 1998 when it was renamed Dagwoods. In 2003 The Happy Greek took over the space. The above picture contains a shot of the small outside sign.
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Sunday, September 04, 2011
Lindsay Gallery has Robert Falone's paintings of Bond Girls with Stanley Greer's sandstone sculptures.
Ray's Living Room Gallery had a show by Patrick Durkin who does paper and rug cut-out in the style of Matisse.
Salon Hotel Lily had large graphic paintings by Robert Trautman
Tigertree made big news in their move a few doors down into a two level space next to the Hubbard Grill. Lots of arrows covered the display window. No sign of the chicken vending machine, though.
Of course, where would the Gallery Hop be without some fun? The Cycletavern continues to amaze people that ten people can pedal a vehicles up and down the street between bars.
Sunday, March 06, 2011
Lincoln Avenue is developing a collection of small art galleries like the steamy Sharon Weiss Gallery and the Marcia Evans Gallery.