Despite the bare-bones look, construction on Saint Arnold’s drinking and entertainment complex across Semmes St. from its existing brewery is nearly complete. Renderings put out earlier by the brewery called for the steel beams supporting the roof over its back patio to extend beyond the covering, leaving the southernmost portion of the seating area unshaded. New landscaping now adds to the decor below it all.
But the big thing still missing is the lettering that’s planned to spell out the brewery’s name along the extended cupola, as shown at the top of the rendering below:
Bocce courts planned to the building’s west have been laid down, but aren’t open for play yet:
And on the opposite side of things, parking amenities for both bikes and cars are in place:
- Previously on Swamplot: Saint Arnold’s Fifth Ward Beer Cathedral Now Taking Shape on I-10; Saint Arnold’s Expansion Plans Plant Art Cars, Beer Garden, Restaurant Next Door to Brewery