Tag: Bragg’s Pie Factory
The vegan diner, which had occupied the Grand Avenue space since 2013, will see its last day of business on Sunday. But foodies won't have to wait long for a replacement.
The newest resident in the Bragg's Pie Factory building is Chartreuse, a Phoenix-centric gallery from Hazel & Violet owner Nancy Hill.
Grand Avenue’s rich history will be explored this month at the Frontal Lobe Gallery in the exhibit “The Lone Diagonal in A Grid Town: What’s Grand About Grand Avenue,” which will open at December’s First Fridays Artwalk.
Bragg's Factory Diner, located on Grand Avenue, celebrated its first anniversary with seven employee-based bands that played in the warehouse behind the restaurant, as well as a pie-eating contest.
Hosts Jayson Chesler and Miguel Otarola were joined by Domenico Nicosia for this episode. Several of February's First Friday events were previewed, including Five15 Arts' "I'll Show You Mine If You Show Me Yours" and The Pseudo Science Show at Bragg's Pie Factory's Frontal Lobe Gallery.
At Bragg's Factory Diner you will find -- and revel in -- a blast from the past nostalgia creeping up on you as you plunge fork-deep into complex flavor combinations.
The sixth annual Mutant Pinatas Show at Bragg’s Pie Factory ran from March 1 to March 3, showcasing artistic interpretations of the familiar Mexican vessel.
No Festival Required will present “Selections: The All AZ Shorts Show,” a screening of the works of Arizona independent filmmakers and independent short films shot in Arizona.
A dark horse describes someone whose potential for success is hidden. According to Jeff Falk, a Valley-based artist and curator for the Dark Horse Exhibition, Phoenix is that dark horse.
If Grand Avenue were a street on the Monopoly board, Beatrice Moore would be its owner. But instead of identical, characterless little red and green plastic houses lining the roadway, each unique structure has an interesting story to tell, just like the woman behind their preservation.
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