- A communal table in the forefront, the bar in back. On hte left, see the chalkboard menu, ready for the daily specials.
- Jeremy Fish's mural depicts all the animals Begg likes to cook, sitting down for a meal. For comparison's sake, here's Fish's ot
- Ground zero for Jason Brown's bar program
- More Jeremy Fish art
Just as planned, Ryan Maxey and Ian Begg unveil San Sebastian-inspired Txoko today in the former Enrico's space on Broadway. As you can see in the gallery above, the boys have created a light-hearted tavern amidst strip-club-happy Broadway, complete with communal table, unmistakable Jeremy Fish art and an abundance of touched-up reclaimed wood. The big patio is still fully intact, continuing the location's rep as an outdoor oasis of sorts. For a refresher on all that was shared on the concept, inspiration, cocktails et al., check this earlier report. The full opening menu is now live on Txoko's new website. As always, your fresh thoughts on this newcomer are welcomed at HQ or below in the comments section.
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