Devil May Care has transformed into a gallery of work inspired by the explosive artistic movement of the 1960s.
Throughout the month of January, Devil May Care will host their Warhol-inspired Pop Art Pop Up featuring stunning work from local artists. [Featured image: @eric.scott.photo]
Devil May Care have a couple things on their plate this month. Literally, the bar is presently operating the Sandoitchi Japanese sandwich pop-up. On the other hand, the place has transformed into a scene straight out of the 60s.
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From now until January 31, Austinites can step into the whimsical world at Devil May Care and experience what it would have been like to go to a private art show during the summer of love – with slightly less psychedelics, that is. The pop-up features a colorful array of pop art pieces from local artists, including Phoebe Joynt and Rey Mar. Additionally the pop-up features a far out selection chic furniture, groovy kaleidoscopic neon lighting, colorful cocktails, and DJ sets.
You can book your reservation to the pop-up art lounge through the venue’s website. Given the present circumstances, the venue is taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of visitors. This means that timed reservations are being accepted for seating only for a maximum of two hours. Additionally, guests must wear masks when not seated.
Devil May Care serves Mediterranean cuisine, with grilled, raw, and side options. Appetizers are also available, ranging from hummus plates to Devil’s Eggs. Cocktails, champagne, liquor, and a luscious assortment of wines are also available.