Cornish Pasty and Filthy Little Hands conquer a new space

Filthy Little Hands takes a work break.
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Since relocating to the Arts District from Commercial Center in 2016, Cornish Pasty has had room to grow. The restaurant and pub occupies just three-quarters of the former Galaxy Foam space, leaving a giant back room. Now, according to Cornish co-owner John Bender, that space will be put to use as a gallery and live music venue. A new wall and door separates it from the pub, and local arts collective Filthy Little Hands— Kristina Collantes, Travis Jackson and Marc Pacifici—is creating a giant, playful mural (called “Headbanger’s Wall”) to give the room character. As the saying goes, watch this space.

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