What I want to say about this venue is please go there and try the food, even if you are not gluten intolerant. It is in a word delectable. The baguettes and French breads are every bit as good as those I had in Europe. Truly this is a culinary experience you don't want to miss. Be aware they are only open for breakfast and lunch so plan ahead. Also don't forget to enjoy the gallery hall. One last thing watch for the Gourmet Girls in Cupcake Wars http://www.foodnetwork.com/cupcake-wars/index.html.
Now Jim doesn't have a website that I am aware of so I put up his excellent Yelp reviews. He really is the best mechanic I have ever known. He is fast, reasonable, and dependable. He has been my mechanic for 14 years and I know he has people waiting in his office every day as he is always busy.
I brought the three paintings over within the next few days and hung them while waiting on some other work I needed done on the car. I think they brightened up the place nicely plus I have more work on display and not in the closet.
My point with this post is don't overlook any blank space to exhibit your art. The main thing to remember - are you comfortable leaving your work there and always keep a list of artwork exhibited and have an agreement.