Tuesday, December 21, 2010

A Bottletree Christmas


If you have followed this blog for a while, you know I love to meet my friends at the Bottletree Cafe on the southside from time to time. I love the decor. How to describe it??? Funky, retro , I don't know. It changes each time we vist.  They are well known for their live entertainment,  but I'm sorry to report we're outta there by the time all that gets cranked up.

The new banner photo features a delightful Nativity by artist Colin Richmond . For my Birmingham area readers, you can find them at Charlotte Woodson Antiques in Mt. Brook Village.

11 comments:

Naturedigital said...

It looks like a beautiful place to hang around and have a drink with your friends Virginia.
Your new banner, with the Christmas theme is really cute.
Costas

Paula said...

I love the warm colors and the banner, I can almost hear sheep bleating.

jb said...

Oh.
I read a Bottle Christmas Tree and thought "I'd feel at home with one of those"

claudine said...

Cet endroit a l'air bien sympathique ! Dommage que j'habite si loin !

Thérèse said...

Your blog is particularly warmy today! Nice.

brattcat said...

This place looks so warm and welcoming.

Daryl said...

I bought one of Colin's Creature after seeing his sheep in a recent post you did ...

DinahToro said...

The sheep have literally ben FLYING out of the shop. (I know this sentence will give Colin an idea... and I'd like to go ahead and order some of them.
But I am now out of lactating goats. A woman yesterday thought the udders might be a bit large to display in a family home... **ahem**,cough, cough, splutter, splutter**

Love your animals, Colin. Love your pictures, V.

Merry Christmas to all

Virginia said...

Claudine,
Quelle dommage ma chère amie!

JB,
I knew it.

Dinah,
Love some lactating goats! HA

Thank you all. THis is a very warm and fun place. We're grateful they let our age group in for a sip or two! :)

Ken Mac said...

ahhhh. Virginia....such lovely warm colors

Bob Crowe said...

Call me when they refill the bottles. Seriously.