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Art Work Rebels

A few new shots of the shop.

Photos by Eric Hemphill.

Guest Artist.

This month we will be having a good friend Doug Mendoza from Bonifide Tattoo here as our guest. Doug will be here Jan. 28th- 30th.

Tattoos by Doug Mendoza.

Art Work Rebels.

A few photos of some new work  by Papa Kundell. Don’t forget to take a look at all the new changes made to our facebook.

Tattoos By Jason Kundell.

AWR facebook For The New Year.

A Year in review. To start the new year we have added an overview on Facebook of the tattoos, food and general mayhem that 2010 had to offer. Make sure to take a look at some of the stuff that went on last year.

Happy New Year. Art Work Rebels.

Art Work Rebels Facebook Page

Toro Bravo!

On Wednesday Art Work Rebels Tattoo decided we would go out for the evening to celebrate the holidays and a very successful first year.  Having briefly met the owner of Toro Bravo earlier in the week, along with the endless recommendations about his restaurant, it seemed like the obvious choice.  Little did we know just how amazing the meal ahead was about to be.

The food at Toro Bravo is somewhat hard to describe. It is small plate meets tapas, with basque influences and nortwest fresh ingredients.  We started out with a charcuteria board with chorizo & manchego, sherry chicken liver mousse, smoked pork rillettes, and duck liver mousse terrine. Then a few anchovy tapas that weren’t on the menu, followed by the singing pig greens, which is a salad with grapefruit, almonds, red onion and blue cheese.

Amazingly that was just the beginning. What came next was a blur of perfectly cooked and seasoned items that were increasingly impressive as the evening progressed.  This is what we can remember:  salt cod fritters with aioli; harira ( a moroccan lamb and lentil stew); hand cut noodles with pimenton dulce& manchego; glazed carrots; sauteed spinach with pine nuts and raisins; squash dumplings with pepper braised lamb; paella toro with chicken, shrimp, clams and mussels; fideos with boar sausage & dungeness crab; and to top it off

Jason’s Trip To SF.

A few pictures of Horitomo  tattooing Jason on his trip back to SF.

Tattoos By Horitomo.

Seventh Son Is Moving.

Seventh Son is moving locations. The guys have found a great place just a few blocks from the old shop. Starting December 1st. you can get a hold of all the guys at 65 langton st. San Francisco, CA 94103. (Between Folsom and Howard on Langton. Just North of 7th st). You can always call or visit the site as well.

New shop opens 1st of december.

Hoyt Dogs!

If you have want or energy to stay up a little later on the weekends, Hoyt Dogs might be a reason. There is a hot dog vendor who comes out every Friday and Saturday night on NW 21st and Hoyt. These are worth the wait and trip. Generally Friday and Saturday nights from 11pm-3am. You can also visit there facebook page.