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Busboys and Poets in Columbia | PHOTOS

Busboys and Poets owner, Andy Shallal, stands in front of a portion of the mural he is creating themed, "I Dream A World" by Harlem Poet 1941 Langston Hughes. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
(Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)

Busboys and Poets in Columbia | PHOTOS

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Busboys and Poets in Columbia, which will open Oct. 10, will be the chain's largest location. Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Busboys and Poets owner, Andy Shallal, stands in front of a portion of the mural he is creating themed, "I Dream A World" by Harlem Poet 1941 Langston Hughes. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Busboys and Poets owner, Andy Shallal, stands in front of a portion of the mural he is creating themed, "I Dream A World" by Harlem Poet 1941 Langston Hughes. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Busboys and Poets owner, Andy Shallal, works on a portion of the mural he is creating. The theme of this mural is "I Dream A World" by Harlem Poet 1941 Langston Hughes, who's picture he is hanging. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Busboys and Poets owner, Andy Shallal, works on a portion of the mural he is creating. The theme of this mural is "I Dream A World" by Harlem Poet 1941 Langston Hughes, who's picture he is hanging. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Busboys and Poets owner, Andy Shallal, works on a portion of the mural he is creating themed, "I Dream A World" by Andre J. Thomas. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Busboys and Poets owner, Andy Shallal, works on a portion of the mural he is creating themed, "I Dream A World" by Andre J. Thomas. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
The first floor dining room looking towards the open kitchen and mural at the soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
The first floor dining room looking towards the open kitchen and mural at the soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Busboys and Poets owner, Andy Shallal, looks through portraits he will choose to add to the mural he is creating themed, "I Dream A World" by Harlem Poet 1941 Langston Hughes. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Busboys and Poets owner, Andy Shallal, looks through portraits he will choose to add to the mural he is creating themed, "I Dream A World" by Harlem Poet 1941 Langston Hughes. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Owner, Andy Shallal (left) cuts the next panel for his mural as local artist, Scott Hunter (right) creates and constructs a paper mache tree that will be part of the restaurant's decor. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Owner, Andy Shallal (left) cuts the next panel for his mural as local artist, Scott Hunter (right) creates and constructs a paper mache tree that will be part of the restaurant's decor. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Local artist, Scott Hunter creates and constructs a paper mache tree that will be part of the restaurant's decor. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Local artist, Scott Hunter creates and constructs a paper mache tree that will be part of the restaurant's decor. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Owner, Andy Shallal (left) and local artist, Scott Hunter discuss the shape paper mache tree Scott is constructing that will be part of the restaurant's decor. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Owner, Andy Shallal (left) and local artist, Scott Hunter discuss the shape paper mache tree Scott is constructing that will be part of the restaurant's decor. Soon to open in Columbia (Oct. 10) is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Upstairs in the soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Upstairs in the soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Upstairs in the private events room at the soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Upstairs in the private events room at the soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Busboys and Poets in Columbia
Upstairs - outdoor dining area at the soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations.
Upstairs - outdoor dining area at the soon to open "Busboys and Poets" in Columbia on Oct. 10. It is the largest location of "Busboys and Poets." Owner Andy Shallal creates the unique mural at each of his locations. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
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