Spur Gastropub in Seattle currently projects Shuttereyeimages photo show called ‘Reflections’. A series of black & white images were selected for this restaurant housed in a historic building in Belltown.
Since the invention of the Kodachrome in 1935 we can enjoy the true color photography. And despite the technology progressing and giving us better and better equipment to reflect the reality, black and white photography hasn’t died. For many it is considered the purest form of photography.
Black & White photography inspires Shuttereyeimages.com and a collection of B&W photos was chosen for a restaurant based on the West Coast of the USA. This photo series called ‘Reflections’ gives you and your friends the opportunity to ‘nomen omen’ reflect on achievements and accomplishments of 2013, while enjoying Spur’s finest food and drinks.
113 Blanchard Street, Seattle, Washington, 98121 | 206.728.6706
Ages 21+ | Daily 5pm – close
Chef/Owners Brian McCracken and Dana Tough are proud advocates of New American cuisine— creating interactive and seasonally pure plates to share. Nationally named as “Top Five Rising Chefs” by Gayot, “Rising Star Chefs” by Star Chefs, and awarded the “Innovation Award” by the Seattle Weekly, McCracken and Tough create sustainably conscious dishes featuring farm-to-table, native ingredients.
Food & Wine magazine put Spur on its “Go List of the most outstanding, must-visit restaurants in the world” and Conde Nast Traveller magazine has honored Spur by including it on its “Hot Tables” list. The Chefs are also the talent behind Tavern Law, a cocktail bar on the radar of everyone from the New York Times and the legendary Gourmet magazine, to Details and GQ.
Photo: courtesy of Spur Seattle