BVD Tour Stop IX

Posted: May 12, 2008 in BVD Tour, crossings, food













Wanna know where we’re at?  We are right here.  Where would that be, exactly?  Just outside the infamous Downtown Grill & Brewery.  Gay Street.  Knoxville, TN.  Friday Night, May 9th.  Approximately 7:05pm.  Our friend Lisa from Crossings took the picture of me and Erin underneath the restaurant sign.  As for the other picture?  Well, that’s me, sitting underneath (what I like to call) the “Civil War Dude With a Huge Mustache Riding a Bucking Bronco Into Perilous Battle” statue.  The statue sits on the sidewalk, about 20 yards away from the entrance to the Brewery.  I have absolutely no idea what it really is or what it’s supposed to represent.  Maybe a local reader can help out on that one?

  1. alli says:

    hey – sorry for the delay in replying to your comment! i am somewhere between nervous and excited whenever i start getting a tattoo. the pain isn’t pleasant but it’s tolerable, and i’m usually just really excited to get it started.

  2. Shelley says:

    For those of us who are not near Knoxville but are curious, how is the restaurant? Is it like a micro-brew with killer cheeseburgers? Inquiring minds want to know (and if gas wasn’t so expensive, I would visit)

  3. Jason says:

    I find the place to be a bit confusing. I like it okay, but am not as big a fan as many people I know. It’s sort of an odd mix of upscale restaurant, irish pub, sports bar, music venue, and classy joint. Pretty full menu – fried stuff, burgers, salads, sandwiches, steaks, chicken, lots of beer, wine, drinks. I just don’t understand the identity of the Brewery. And there’s almost always a wait, which I also don’t understand, unless it’s just the fact that it’s located downtown.

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