January 16, 2012

The Crow's Nest

This week, Ian reviews The Crow's Nest, a "gastrodive" offshoot of the popular but defunct Bleeding Deacon. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
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Inside the Crow's Nest.
Jennifer Silverberg
Inside the Crow's Nest.
A pair of pinball machines at the Crow's Nest in Maplewood.
Jennifer Silverberg
A pair of pinball machines at the Crow's Nest in Maplewood.
Menus are glued into old album covers.
Jennifer Silverberg
Menus are glued into old album covers.
Crow's Nest bartender Mikey Wehling.
Jennifer Silverberg
Crow's Nest bartender Mikey Wehling.
Crow's Nest General Manager Dan Calicotte.
Jennifer Silverberg
Crow's Nest General Manager Dan Calicotte.
Movies are projected onto the wall.
Jennifer Silverberg
Movies are projected onto the wall.
A tabletop Ms. Pac-Man and other vintage video games.
Jennifer Silverberg
A tabletop Ms. Pac-Man and other vintage video games.
The jukebox from rhe Bleeding Deacon found its way over to the Crow's Nest.
Jennifer Silverberg
The jukebox from rhe Bleeding Deacon found its way over to the Crow's Nest.
Vintage posters inside the Crow's Nest.
Jennifer Silverberg
Vintage posters inside the Crow's Nest.
Kitchen still life.
Jennifer Silverberg
Kitchen still life.