The 31st Street Mural project is located on the north side of the building on W 31st St. The completed murals showcase a variety of painting styles and interpretations of Bryan. The local artists chosen were Cliff Collard, tattoo artist and owner of Arsenal Tattoo in Bryan, Sarah Blackmon, full-time sonographer and artist, Calina Mishay, street artist from Abilene, Tyler Kay, operator of Houston’s Bisong Art Gallery and Mick Burson, a Texas-native now living in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
This is the place for all things Aggie! Visit the postcard mural on the outside east wall, “Greetings from Aggieland,” (artist unknown). “The Start of Something Big” is the actual title of the Gig’em thumb statue. It is from an actual mold of the hand of Fadi Kalaouze (Class of 1990), the owner and founder of Aggieland Outfitters.
This family-run trattoria offering classic Italian pasta dishes with beer & wine in stylish, modern digs. There is a lovely, very large wall mosaic inside that was originally in the building when Caffe Capri began in 1995 (artist unknown). Visit the three fun murals outside by artist, Sarah Blackmon.
Casa Rod is family-owned and -operated since 1978, with great flavorful food and inviting atmosphere and service. Three delightful murals, by artist Ken Manthai, are on the south side of the building.
Note: all parking in Century Square is paid parking.
This great hand-crafted burger place has the classic Aggieland mural “Howdy from Aggieland” outside on the back wall by artist, Kathy Hammond.
Stella Southern Café is your place if you love Southern hospitality and biscuits. Sarah Blackmon’s beautiful mural is on the outside back wall of the restaurant.
Taco Crave was born from the owners’ desire for authentic Mexican street-style tacos from Monterrey, Mexico. Their fresh ingredients are sourced from local farmers’ markets. Come and enjoy their sweet outdoor mural, by artist Karla Montemayor.