Skinny little hole in the wall

This is the Hole in the Wall pub, out in the Junction. The pub itself is pretty narrow, but the entryway is almost impossible to see, it is sooo slim. I should have shot that, too, when I was out in The Junction a week back. Anyway, it’s one of the coolest little places I’ve been to in a while.

So my friend Andrew helped me pull down my photography from the walls of The Beacher Cafe last night. I was pleasantly pleased to discover two of my photos sold. Another friend, Lawrence, popped by for a quick look before they came down. Afterwards, we ended up at this totally cool Irish pub named The Ceili Cottage near Queen St & Greenwood Ave. What a funky place. Stayed until 1:00 AM and it was all I could do to pull myself away and go home. My friends were all pounding back shots but didn’t drink much — I never do. The Irish music was awesome and the place was just humming. A little tired today but that’s okay, it was worth it.

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2 Responses to Skinny little hole in the wall

  1. fran says:

    Oh my … That is gorgeous.

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