Remember in February when we released a blog about the Seattle Art Museum’s MIRO exhibition? No? Well, you can catch it HERE.
MIRO is ending May 26th, so we just wanted to drop a reminder that we’re still offering 20% off dinner for those that bring in their MIRO ticket stubs. This is a fantastic show by Spanish artist Joan Miro, so make a night of it! Enjoy Spanish art over at SAM and then head to Pintxo for a tasty Spanish meal. Be sure to try our new pork cheeks, and pair them with some super spring calcots seared on the plancha and served with fresh carrot romesco. Since the weather is so great, you can even enjoy dinner out on the front patio if you’d like!
For more information on SAM’s MIRO exhibit, check out their website.
Pintxo is excited to announce that the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) is currently exhibiting the amazing Spanish artist, Joan Miro. The exhibit runs through May 26th, and features works spanning from 1963 to 1981. Works on display include an assortment of both paintings as sculptures that display “Miro’s playful ingenuity and inventiveness.”
As many of you know, Pintxo supports local artists through participation in Belltown’s monthly Artwalk, and we have a constant display of rotating pieces from some of our favorite local artists, as well as up-and-coming artists. While we love local art and continue to show support for it, and its growth, we also love Spain and the art that comes from it. As such, we’re so excited and proud to see that SAM has chosen to exhibit a Spanish artist. We’d like to show our support and appreciation for the MIRO exhibit by offering our guests 20% off their dinner when they bring in their MIRO ticket stub.
MIRO is a traveling exhibit, and its only stop on the West Coast is here in Seattle. We’re so incredibly lucky!! Don’t miss the chance to experience this awesome piece of Spanish art and history. And, definitely don’t miss the chance to stop by for dinner, tell us about it, and receive your 20% off.
Visit SAM’s website for more details on the venue, as well as Joan Miro.