Zeitgeist Arts grand opening Thursday

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Thursday, Nov. 12

4 p.m. | Ribbon Cutting by the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce and a champagne toast. Reception follows with music by Tangier 57 until 7 p.m.

7 p.m. | Low

9 p.m. | Low, again

How Low can they go? There will be two performances by Low. Both are free, but limited space requires that patrons pick up a ticket at one of the Zeitgeist Arts venues prior to the celebration. (UPDATE: Tickets to both Low shows are sold out).

222 E. Superior St., Duluth
Home of Teatro Zuccone, Zinema 2 and Zeitgeist Arts Cafe

24 Comments

Calk

about 11 years ago

We shared some apps at Zeitgeist Arts the other night and it was a fabulous experience! The food is really good, the prices are great, and there's a very pleasant ambiance. I felt as if I were in a cafe in the Warehouse District in Mpls, like in the "North Loop" section where the publishers are starting to congregate.

Jody Kujawa

about 11 years ago

Best thing to happen to Duluth in years

Marebee

about 11 years ago

I cannot wait!!!

Calk

about 11 years ago

Jody, you are so right! I have to say, Alan Zeppa sure has made Duluth a cooler place! It would have been amazing if it'd been in the northshor, but building this over the Red Lion is still cool. I think they had something on the menu commemorating the Red Lion too.

Barrett Chase

about 11 years ago

You're right, Calk. It's a grilled eggplant sandwich called the Vegan Red Lion. Not the sandwich I'd have named after the Red Lion, but I'm sure it's tasty. It should come with a can of Black Label for an extra $1.

Bret

about 11 years ago

Zeitgeist Arts Cafe is great.  I concur with Calk.  The cafe reminds me of places I've frequented in the Twin Cities or parts of Chicago and New York for that matter.  The food is great and they give you a nice generous pour!

TimK

about 11 years ago

Why even compare it to "big city" fare? This place totally rocks on its own merits! I've traveled and I've eaten out and this place beats them all on quality, service, price and hipness without pretentiousness. Let's celebrate this great addition to our Perfect Duluth!

Calk

about 11 years ago

At risk of the Porky Podcaster "just happening" to show up there at the same time, I'm thrilled that my book group is dining there tomorrow! Maybe we'll end up having our book group meets there, when we don't meet up at someone's house that is. It's the perfect place for intelligent conversation interspersed with some serious people watching opportunities.

adam

about 11 years ago

This place totally reminds me of Duluth.

starfire

about 11 years ago

Low is Sold-Out.

Shana

about 11 years ago

Low is sold out indeed.  But we'll be giving away a couple of tickets on KUMD tonight.  Listen to The Funhouse from 7:00 - 9:00 for your chance to win.

adam

about 11 years ago

Black-Eyed Snakes play Saturday @ Lucé.

annied

about 11 years ago

I LOVE The Funhouse radio program - thanks Shana!

Jack The Ripper

about 11 years ago

Everyone should check out "It Might Get Loud" at the Zinema! An amazing documentary with Jack White, Jimmy Page, and the Edge. Need I say more??

adam

about 11 years ago

Yes. U2 still blows.

Calk

about 11 years ago

I had lunch today at Zeitgeist, it was absolutely fabulous, and my book group ladies agree. Good food, good times, gotta see a movie there. 

As for U-2 -- I like their early stuff, not into them so much now. And Bruce is the Boss.

zra

about 11 years ago

Bruce IS the Boss...the Boss is actually a folk singer disguised as a seasoned rock and roll musician.

Ever hear the Seeger Sessions?

Calk

about 11 years ago

Zra, I love the Seeger Sessions! I saw Springsteen TWICE in St Paul touring for the Seeger Sessions. The Boss is The Boss.

Calk

about 11 years ago

Wow, sure had a blast at the opening this evening, and drank much-o champagne! Kudoes to all involved. It always cracks me up at these kinds of things, when you have the corporate types wearing suits mixing with the artists. . .

ironic1

about 11 years ago

Calk, if suits and artists mixing it up amuses you, be sure to watch the fabulous Canadian series Slings and Arrows about a fictionalized Shakespearean festival (not Stratford, nope) in Ontario.

Riddler

about 11 years ago

the cafe interior might remind of you bigger cities because the interior designer spent some formative years in chicago ...

Calk

about 11 years ago

It's not just the interior design, it's the high ceilings, the exposed brick walls in the restaurant, those huge windows. . . I just love the place, it's a great addition to Old Downtown, where the action has moved to, have you all noticed?

adam

about 11 years ago

Action? The Lion Rouge had more than enough for most. I don't think it's moved, so much as colocated.

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