• Arts & Craft Beverage Crawl Routes & Highlights

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  • DEMPSTER STREET ROUTE

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    Cottage Jewelry

    530 Dempster St

    Featuring the art of Larry Lundy.

    See beautiful photographs of Evanston's lakefront in this exhibit.

    Serving Liquid Confidence.

    Mindful drinkers want more than low sugar and low calorie options. They also want natural & functional beverages with health benefits, and perhaps high ABV% for high energy occasions.

    Liquid Confidence (LqC)™ believes the best solution to this is alchemizing our lemon ginger infused kombucha with high quality bourbon to get a functional and delicious beverage!

    Homestead Meats

    1305 Chicago Ave

    Featuring the Art of Rob Lancaster.

    “If we are willing to look there is beauty to be found in the buildings, walls, underpasses and all the everyday things we encounter in our day to day lives."

    Serving Sketchbook Amistosa Mexican-style Lager

    Light and refreshing Mexican-style Lager. Smooth and full of character. Hopped with Sorachi Ace for a hint of citrus.

    Comfort Desserts Reimagined

    1305 Chicago Ave

    Featuring the Art of Anatoliy Khmara and Marilyn Greenfield

    Anatoliy Khmara, at the age of five, entered the studio of Visual Art for Gifted Children in Kyiv, and went on to earn his Masters in Fine Arts at the Fedorov Institute of Art and Graphic Design in Kyiv, Ukraine. His art is featured in public and private collections throughout the world.

     

    Marilyn Greenfield: "My inspiration comes primarily from mindfully observing the natural world. In my efforts to invoke Nature’s energy into my pots, I often layer various glazes and slips and use a sgraffito technique to enrich the surfaces with nature’s images. Another source of my inspiration is the traditional Japanese and Chinese aesthetic."

    Serving Various Pairings for Various Dessert Tastings

    Comfort Desserts Reimagined

    1305 Chicago Ave

    Featuring the Art of Anatoliy Khmara and Marilyn Greenfield

    Anatoliy Khmara, at the age of five, entered the studio of Visual Art for Gifted Children in Kyiv, and went on to earn his Masters in Fine Arts at the Fedorov Institute of Art and Graphic Design in Kyiv, Ukraine. His art is featured in public and private collections throughout the world.

     

    Marilyn Greenfield: "My inspiration comes primarily from mindfully observing the natural world. In my efforts to invoke Nature’s energy into my pots, I often layer various glazes and slips and use a sgraffito technique to enrich the surfaces with nature’s images. Another source of my inspiration is the traditional Japanese and Chinese aesthetic."

    Serving Various Pairings for Various Dessert Tastings

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