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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] One Trick Pony Grill and Taproom

One Trick Pony

One Trick Pony /Kristine Carpenter

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Lunch =  $$-$$$ (over $9)

Dinner = $$-$$$ (entrees over $16) 


Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Friday 11 a.m. - midnight

Sat. 5 p.m. - midnight

Don't forget to check your ArtPrize program for a $5 off coupon.

Full Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010 coverage.

Situated at the corner of Fulton and LaGrave, One Trick Pony offers great outdoor seating along with a cozy dining and bar space indoors. The ambiance is casual, tavern style, but the menu is a little more dressed up. Entrees include a petite filet, apple rum pork and grilled Jamaican tuna. Vegetarians can delight in the portabella wellington. If you stop by for lunch, try one of the 3 Ps—Panini, Pizza and Pasta. 

If you decide to dine-in be sure to check the ArtPrize program for a coupon for $5 off your meal.

Thursdays are an especially great evening to check out One Trick Pony. In addition to food, drinks and ArtPrize art, patrons can also enjoy the restaurant’s Acoustic Stew Concert Series featuring a variety of West Michigan musicians. It starts at 8 PM and reservations are accepted if you want to guarantee a seat. 

The ArtPrize you’ll see

One Trick Pony is the venue of choice for eight ArtPrize artists. You can expect to see three sculptures and five pieces displayed on two walls in the east room of the restaurant.

Artists include:

Erik Lowe—Window Washers, 3-D, mild steel

Sarah Health—Defibrillator, 3-D, cast iron

Carl Forslund—Wedged Rock, 2-D, soft pastel

Jeannette Van Der Veen—Untitled Abstract5, 2-D, acrylic

Rodney Tucker—Icons:Heroes:Martyrs, 2-D, digital, mixed media illustration

Cassie Krause—Inside Voices, 3-D, brazed steel wire and mixed media

Bunny Terwee—MIGHTY MAC, 2-D, watercolor

Julie Trzybinski—Monroe Center, 2-D, acrylic

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