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Marble In The Wild: The Powder Keg Pub

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Marble In The Wild: The Powder Keg Pub

Each week we bring you a picture randomly taken from Flickr that shows Stones In The Wild.

Just a little something to break up the norm.

This week’s stone is:

The Powder Keg Pub

A few years after opening, an interior remodel changed passage to the kitchen and added a marble-topped seafood counter, serving as a shucking bar.

Originally Posted by Mike Bowermaster Photography

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