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2nd Saturday Café, a rock, blues and jazz venue in downtown Columbia, opens its 9th season with local favorite Damon Foreman on October 11th. Doors open at 7 PM. This is a reservation-only venue that features a light dinner buffet, premium beer and wine and a family friendly, smoke free atmosphere at Oliver’s Carriage House. Reserve seats online at www.2ndSaturdayCafe.com.
Ticket sales are by advanced reservation only.
The 9:30 Club in D.C. is a mid-sized venue that books big names in rock, punk, and soul along with radio favorites and radio hosted multi-band shows. Ticket prices stay in the low range around $15 but count on paying for parking.
Typical tavern fare including multiple chicken wing recipes, burgers, and sandwiches. DJs late Wednesdays through Saturdays, and a couple of television sets for sports viewing.
Habitually packed Irish-themed (and by Irish-themed, we mean Irish-themed--care has been taken) restaurant featuring, besides devoutly tended Guinness, Harp, and Bass, a menu of both heavy-duty American tavern fare (12-ounce burgers, venison au poivre) and such Old Sod favorites as bangers and mash, Irish stew, and shepherd's pie.
Bar and restaurant with live bands playing blues, jazz/fusion, and rock music Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
"The Avalon Theatre is a 400-seat historic venue for the arts located in downtown Easton, MD. The Avalon also boasts an intimate 60-seat lounge on its second floor, called the Stoltz Listening Room (SLR). Fine wines and handcrafted brews are available at the bar."
"Bahama Breeze is the restaurant that brings you the feeling of a Caribbean escape. Come feed your island spirit with Caribbean-inspired seafood, chicken and steaks, handcrafted tropical drinks, a vibrant atmosphere and people happy to be of service!"
Cozy dining room serving nouveau American cuisine with an even smaller stage. Wednesday nights catch live Celtic, folk, jazz, and blues performers.
Sports bar recently renovated and reopened under new ownership. Watch games on one of 30 TVs--including high definition, plasma, flat, and LCD screens, and an 8 foot high-definition TV.
For tourists, it's a reliable place to dine in Fells Point and the only place to get one of those eat bertha's mussels bumper stickers. For locals, it's a cozy, homey restaurant and bar, and the only place to get Bertha's mussels, which are still worth a trip.
Live music venue with two performance spaces--one smoking, the other smoke-free. Big and lesser known names in blues, jazz, and rock along are scheduled almost nightly.
Washington venue for indie rock, punk, and hardcore, also features a smaller space that hosts performance art, film, and video.
Old-fashioned supper club featuring only the best in jazz and blues performers.
The Brass Monkey features local, alternative live shows where tickets are pre-sold by the bands themselves. Live music every Thursday through Saturday night for bands and TUESDAY is Acoustic Open Mic Nite hosted by Jack Burns.
Café Hon is all about home cooking done right. We are predisposed to adore any restaurant whose menu standouts are unglamorous foods such as chili cheese fries (drowning in meaty, spicy chili and tons of gloriously gooey cheese over hand-cut, perfectly fried potatoes) and succulent, silky, unabashedly homely bread pudding. But then every menu item lives up to expectations: Hamburgers are fresh beef, cooked right; blue plate specials like meat loaf truly are, as named, “better than mom's”, and the hearty breakfasts are worth waking up for.
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The first night of the four-day HFSmas Nutcracker features performances by Panic at the Disco, Hellogoodbye, and the Colorist.
Head on over to Harbor East on Tuesday afternoons for shots of hot chocolate at the Harbor East "bar" on Aliceanna Street. There will be complimentary treats and live music as well.
Learn how to screen print on a thermofax! 10 spots are open for printing and include your very own reusable screen, printing squeegee and access to ink. Bring your own items (shirts, bags, cards, etc) and watch the magic happen! It's also free to come watch so by all means come on down!
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