Black Friday Art Stroll & Pub Walk

| November 25, 2013
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2013 Black Friday FOR PDFDitch the mall and head to the MRE for the 4th Annual Fourth Street Black Friday Art Stroll & Pub Walk from 6 to 9 PM on Friday, November 29 as they kick off this year’s holiday season. Bring friends and family and enjoy an easy fun-filled neighborhood event featuring great food, drinks and fabulous art. Walk off that turkey dinner and stroll Fourth Street for some holiday fun.

Davis’ Pub at 400 Chester Avenue (corner of Fourth Street) is offering Flying Dog Brewery Canine Cruiser Winter Ale as their Black Friday beer special. Hot Mulled Apple Cider will be available in-house and for carry-out, along with additional daily food and drink specials.

Lisa Masson Studio Gallery at 511 Fourth Street will have specials on selected framed and unframed fine art prints, scarves, notecards and new this year – Holiday Cards!.

Fletcher Art Studio at 424 Fourth Street, D2 will have original oil paintings by Cindy Fletcher Holden as well as packaged note cards.

The Eastport Gallery at 419 Fourth Street, the Official Home of The Marion Warren Photography Collections, is offering Special Holiday pricing on selected framed and unframed photographs from the Chesapeake’s legendary master photographer.

Boatyard Bar & Grill at 400 Fourth Street will be hosting Black Friday Happy Hour from 3 to 7 PM with $3 drinks, $5 appetizers and 99¢ oysters at the bar. Friday’s Special will be their Mallory Square Key West Fish Sandwich at $12.99, and many other dinner dish specials.

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