Woody Preston, with Superior Demolition, operated an excavator to take down the old Blue Moon Saloon building on Euclid Avenue between East High Street and South Ashland Avenue on Sept. 14. Demolition began Wednesday on the old Blue Moon Saloon (last known as the Art Bar) to make way for the Bear & The Butcher, a new restaurant and bar from the people behind Pazzo’s, The Beer Trappe and The Village Idiot.
Woody Preston, with Superior Demolition, operated an excavator to take down the old Blue Moon Saloon building on Euclid Avenue between East High Street and South Ashland Avenue on Sept. 14. Demolition began Wednesday on the old Blue Moon Saloon (last known as the Art Bar) to make way for the Bear & The Butcher, a new restaurant and bar from the people behind Pazzo’s, The Beer Trappe and The Village Idiot. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Woody Preston, with Superior Demolition, operated an excavator to take down the old Blue Moon Saloon building on Euclid Avenue between East High Street and South Ashland Avenue on Sept. 14. Demolition began Wednesday on the old Blue Moon Saloon (last known as the Art Bar) to make way for the Bear & The Butcher, a new restaurant and bar from the people behind Pazzo’s, The Beer Trappe and The Village Idiot. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Art Bar demolished to make way for Bear and the Butcher on Euclid

September 14, 2016 03:53 PM

UPDATED September 14, 2016 06:30 PM

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