Events

  • We look forward to having you as our guests at the Red Room...please note all Red Room events are 21 and over and there is a 2 drink minimum.

  • Amir Segall and Boaz Marva Quartet

    Sat, January 19, 9:00pm - 11:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Toftemark Quartet

    Sat, January 19, 11:00pm - 2:00am
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Neuronautic Institute

    Thurs, January 24, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Ukulele Cabaret

    Thurs, January 24, 9:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Winter Clearance

    Fri, January 25, 7:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Jake Tavill

    Fri, January 25, 11:00pm - 2:00am
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • We Don't Even Know Podcast

    Tues, January 29, 7:00pm
    FACEBOOK RSVP
    MORE INFO: http://wdekpodcast.com/
    What is We Don't Even Know?: It's a live variety podcast show dedicated to celebrating a diverse array of friends and strangers!
    Shilpa Ray
    Shilpa Ray is, through no fault of her own, one of our unsung great artists. Having made her bones with the gothic Sturm und Drang of Beat The Devil and moving forward to the blues erosion of “…and The Happy Hookers” Shilpa Ray has been, armed only with an incomparable voice and harmonium haunted by the ghosts of dead lovers, perpetually crying in the wind, hoisting both middle fingers in the general direction of god. It’s not a life a wise man would choose. Shilpa Ray kicks against the pricks but the pricks keep coming. But, again, what can you do?
    Josh Gondelman
    Josh Gondelman is a writer and comedian who incubated in Boston before moving to New York City, where he currently lives and works as a writer and producer for Desus and Mero on Showtime. Previously, he spent five years at Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, first as a web producer and then as a staff writer. Onstage, Josh charms audiences using his good-natured storytelling and cracks them up with his sharp, pointy wit. He takes topics from surprise parties to his experience teaching preschool and makes them all equally hilarious. In 2016, he made his late night standup debut on Conan (TBS), and he recently made his network tv debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers (NBC). Josh’s newest comedy album Physical Whisper debuted in March of 2016 at #1 on the iTunes comedy charts (as well as #4 on the Billboard comedy chart) and stayed there for…well…longer than he expected, honestly.
    Offstage, Josh has earned two Peabody Awards, three Emmy awards, and two WGA Awards for his work on Last Week Tonight. He is also the co-author (along with Joe Berkowitz) of the book You Blew It, published October 2015 by Plume. His follow-up, Nice Try, is set to come out Fall 2019 through Harper Perennial. In the past, Josh has written for Fuse TV’s Billy On The Street. His writing has also appeared in prestigious publications such as McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, New York Magazine, and The New Yorker.
    May Jeong
    May Jeong is an award-winning magazine writer and investigative reporter. She is best known for her months-long investigation in to the MSF hospital bombing in Kunduz, Afghanistan for The Intercept. This won her the 2017 South Asian Journalists Association’s Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding Report on South Asia, as well as the Prix Bayeux Calvados Award for War Correspondents in the Young Reporter category.
    Her reporting for The Intercept, New York Times, London Review of Books, Harper’s, Financial Times, and In These Times has won the Society of Business Editors and Writers’ Award, the One World Media New Voice Award, and has been shortlisted for the Canadian Online Publishing Awards in the Best Investigative Article category, the Kurt Schork Awards, and the Livingston Awards.
  • The Breakdown

  • EF Band Featuring Vanisha Gould

    Weds, January 30, 9:00pm - 12:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • TALE

    Thurs, January 31, 7:00pm
    $8. 2 drink minimum.
    TALE returns for 2019! No hokey gimmicks. No dumb themes. No bad Tinder date stories – TALE brings you the best in NYC’s storytelling! Featuring performers with creds from SNL, NPR, Comedy Central, VICE, HBO and beyond..
    Jawnee Conroy (UCB)
    Sean O'Brien (Moth Grand Slam Champ)
    Caitlin Brodnick (Author of Dangerous Boobies)
    Harmon Leon (This American Life)
    Drew Prochaska (RISK)
    Plus very special guest….
    Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tale-nycs-finest-storytelling-tickets-54350906023
  • Kenny Cha Group

    Thurs, January 31, 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, February 1, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
    Gessy Alvarez, Randall Brown, Nancy Ludmerer, Matt Broderick, Austin Alexis, Jan Stout, & Devin Kelly
  • Hi, I'm Jamie

    Fri, February 1, 9:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Cemre Necefbas

    Fri, February 1, 11:00pm - 2:00am
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Toftemark Quartet

    Sat, February 2, 11:00pm - 2:00am
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Person Place Thing and 500 Women Scientists

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/person-place-thing-women-scientists-series-tickets-54354517826
    Weds, February 6, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    A New Series: Person Place Thing and 500 Women Scientists
    Why can’t a person go to a bar and hear less about the White House and more about galactic dynmics, magma flow, or Staphylococcus aureus? Problem solved. In the first half of 2019, we’ll present three evenings with women scientists doing fascinating research – astrophysicist Sarah Pearson, volcanologist Einat Lev, and microbiologist Davida Smith, in conversation with Randy Cohen, host of Person Place Thing. Science and liquor: natural companions. Plus live music? All the better.
    Randy Cohen’s first professional work was writing humor pieces, essays, and stories for newspapers and magazines (The New Yorker, Harpers, the Atlantic, Young Love Comics). His first television work was writing for "Late Night With David Letterman" for which he won three Emmy awards. His fourth Emmy was for his work on Michael Moore’s "TV Nation." He received a fifth Emmy as a result of a clerical error, and he kept it. For twelve years he wrote "The Ethicist," a weekly column for the New York Times Magazine. In 2010, his first play, “The Punishing Blow,” ran at New York’s Clurman Theater. His most recent book, "Be Good: how to navigate the ethics of everything," was published by Chronicle. He is currently the creator and host of Person Place Thing, a public radio program.
    Person Place Thing is an interview show based on this idea: people are particularly engaging when they speak, not directly about themselves, but about something they care about. Guests talk about one person, one place, and one thing that are important to them. The result: surprising stories from great talkers. We do the show in front of an audience, with live music, and then edit a version for broadcast across WAMC Northeast Public Radio. You can stream our archive at PersonPlaceThing.org or download episodes via iTunes.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, February 7, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
    Jee Leong Koh's Steep Tea was named a Best Book of the Year by UK's Financial Times and a Finalist by Lambda Literary in the USA. He is the author of three other books of poems and a book of zuihitsu. His new book of essays Bite Harder: Open Letters and Close Readings blends the personal and the political in its examination of poetries from Singapore, the UK, and the USA, three countries he calls home.
    Shayla Lawson is the author of three books of poetry—I Think I’m Ready to See Frank Ocean, A Speed Education in Human Being, and the chapbook PANTONE—and a forthcoming essay collection, published by Harper Collins, in 2020. Her work has appeared in ESPN, Guernica, Salon, This is Africa. She is a 2018 Yaddo Artist Colony Fellow, a 2017 MacDowell Colony and Oregon Literary Award Fellow, and former nonfiction editor of the Indiana Review. She currently serves as Writer-in-Residence at Amherst College and co-curates The Tenderness Project (www.tendernesses.com) with poet Ross Gay.
    Pushcart-prize winning poet and educator Ravi Shankar has published 13 books, including most recently "The Many Uses of Mint: New and Selected Poems 1997-2017" (Recent Works Press). His work has appeared in such venues as The New York Times, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Paris Review and on the BBC, NBC, and PBS Newshour. He currently holds a fellowship from the University of Sydney.
    Pramila Venkateswaran, poet laureate of Suffolk County, Long Island, is author of Thirtha (Yuganta Press, 2002), Behind Dark Waters (Plain View Press, 2008), Draw Me Inmost (Stockport Flats, 2009), Trace (Finishing Line Press, 2011), Thirteen Days to Let Go (Aldrich, 2015), and Slow Ripening (Local Gems, 2016). Her poems and essays have been published widely in the United States, Canada, and India in journals such as Prairie Schooner, Atlanta Review, The Writer’s Chronicle, and in anthologies of literature, culture and politics. She is Professor of English at Nassau Community College (SUNY), is actively involved in giving workshops and readings across Long Island and beyond, and is the co-founder of Euterpe, the poetry venue in Emma Clark Memorial Library.
  • Green Fairy Absinthe Tasting

    Thurs, February 7, 9:30pm
  • Couplet Reading Series

    Fri, February 8, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    No cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • Mistress Velvetina's Variety Hour

    Fri, February 8, 9:00pm
    $10 suggested donation. 2 drink minimum.
  • Naama Gheber

    Fri, February 8, 11:00pm - 2:00am
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Toftemark and Friends

    Sat, February 9, 11:00pm - 2:00am
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, February 13, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, February 14, 9:00 - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • TNS After Hours

    Fri, February 15, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Toftemark and Friends

    Sat, February 16, 11:00pm - 2:00am
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • THE LAST TABOOS LITERARY SALON

    Tues, February 19, 7:30pm
    hosted by author Tony Perrottet (¡Cuba Libre¡)
    Tonight's salon hosts the paperback launch of Laurie Gwen Shapiro’s hit literary nonfiction book The Stowaway: A Young Man’s Extraordinary Journey to Antarctica. Publishers Weekly called it a best book of the year, adding: “I read nonfiction almost exclusively... and I’ll be blunt: this has been a depressing year, filled with political works and stories of America’s decline and social disintegration. But Laurie Gwen Shapiro's fascinating book saved my reading year, offering an incredible story, and a reminder that American Exceptionalism once had real meaning.”
    ("Stranger and funnier and more amazing than fiction" – Susan Orlean).
    7.30 – Polar Ice vodka reception
    8.00 – Laurie Gwen Shapiro interviewed on stage by Tony Perrottet
    8.30 – exotic dancing
    9.30 -- live jazz
  • Jericho Freer

    Tues, February 19, 9:30pm - 12:30am
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Joel Z

    Weds, February 20, 9:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
    Joel Z is a songwriter, pianist and vocalist. His jazz influenced songwriting and vocal style has drawn comparisons to Steely Dan, Randy Newman, Joe Jackson and Mose Allison. His recently released debut album “Down on Jones Street” chronicles his years living, working and writing on downtown NYC's Jones Street. The album was recorded and produced by Craig Dreyer at Mighty Toad Studios in Brooklyn, with horn arrangements by Jay Collins. Joel has performed regularly at local venues including The Bitter End, Pianos, The Delancey, The Way Station, Jimmy’s No. 43 and others. He is currently working on his second record.
  • Paige Russo and Co.

    Thurs, February 21, 10:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Jake Tavill

    Fri, February 22, 11:00pm - 2:00am
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, March 1, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, March 7, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Green Fairy Absinthe Tasting

    Thurs, March 7, 9:30pm
  • Mistress Velvetina's Variety Hour

    Fri, March 8, 9:00pm
    $10 suggested donation. 2 drink minimum.
  • Rutgers MFA

    Sat, March 9, 5:00pm - 8:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, March 13, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, March 14, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • TNS After Hours

    Fri, March 15, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Simona Minns Quartet

    Fri, March 15, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
    Simona Minns is a Lithuanian born jazz vocalist, Berklee College of Music Alumna, composer and zitherist based in New York. Her style is known for its unique theatrical flavor, genre-bending, and virtuosic vocal scat improvisation. Her latest work, “A Hunger Artist," blends her haunting vocals with elements of Lithuanian folk, vaudeville, grotesque theater and even rock music to convey the narrative of Franz Kafka's short story by the same title.
    At KGB The Red Room Simona will perform with her fellow colleagues Rinat Tregerman on piano/synthesizer, Aaron Holthus on double bass and Vlade Guigni on drums.
  • Red Hen Press

    Sun, March 24, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    Red Hen Press is proud to present Joe Jimenez, Dolores Hayden, and heidi andrea restrepo rhodes at the famed KGB Bar Red Room for a night of unforgettable poetry.
    Joe Jiménez is the author of the poetry collection The Possibilities of Mud and Bloodline, a young adult novel. Jiménez is the recipient of the 2016 Letras Latinas/ Red Hen Press Poetry Prize. His poems have appeared on the PBS NewsHour and Lambda Literary sites. Jiménez was recently awarded a Lucas Artists Literary Artists Fellowship from 2017 to 2020. He lives in San Antonio, Texas, and is a member of the Macondo Writers Workshop. For more information, visit joejimenez.net.
    DOLORES HAYDEN, award-winning poet and historian of American landscapes, engages the lives of daredevil pilots—women and men from the earliest years of aviation—in Exuberance, her third poetry collection. Hayden’s poems have appeared in Poetry, the Common, Ecotone, Raritan, Shenandoah, the Yale Review, Southwest Review, Best American Poetry, and Poetry Daily. Author of American Yard (2004) and Nymph, Dun, and Spinner (2010), she’s received awards from the Poetry Society of America and the New England Poetry Club, and residencies in poetry from Djerassi, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Noepe. Professor of Architecture and American Studies Emerita at Yale University, Hayden has also been a Guggenheim fellow and won an American Library Association Notable Book Award for nonfiction.
    heidi andrea restrepo rhodes is a queer, sick/disabled, mixed-race, second-generation Colombian immigrant, poet, artist, scholar, & activist. Her first full-length collection “The Inheritance of Haunting” was chosen by Ada Limón for the 2018 Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize awarded by Letras Latinas, & will be published by University of Notre Dame Press in 2019. Her poetry has been published in As/Us, Pank, Raspa, Word Riot, Feminist Studies, Huizache, & Nat.Brut among other places. Currently a doctoral candidate in political theory at the Graduate Center, CUNY, she was raised in Southern California, and lives in Brooklyn. IG: @vessels.we.are
  • Person Place Thing and 500 Women Scientists

    Weds, April 3, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    A New Series: Person Place Thing and 500 Women Scientists
    Why can’t a person go to a bar and hear less about the White House and more about galactic dynmics, magma flow, or Staphylococcus aureus? Problem solved. In the first half of 2019, we’ll present three evenings with women scientists doing fascinating research – astrophysicist Sarah Pearson, volcanologist Einat Lev, and microbiologist Davida Smith, in conversation with Randy Cohen, host of Person Place Thing. Science and liquor: natural companions. Plus live music? All the better.
    Randy Cohen’s first professional work was writing humor pieces, essays, and stories for newspapers and magazines (The New Yorker, Harpers, the Atlantic, Young Love Comics). His first television work was writing for "Late Night With David Letterman" for which he won three Emmy awards. His fourth Emmy was for his work on Michael Moore’s "TV Nation." He received a fifth Emmy as a result of a clerical error, and he kept it. For twelve years he wrote "The Ethicist," a weekly column for the New York Times Magazine. In 2010, his first play, “The Punishing Blow,” ran at New York’s Clurman Theater. His most recent book, "Be Good: how to navigate the ethics of everything," was published by Chronicle. He is currently the creator and host of Person Place Thing, a public radio program.
    Person Place Thing is an interview show based on this idea: people are particularly engaging when they speak, not directly about themselves, but about something they care about. Guests talk about one person, one place, and one thing that are important to them. The result: surprising stories from great talkers. We do the show in front of an audience, with live music, and then edit a version for broadcast across WAMC Northeast Public Radio. You can stream our archive at PersonPlaceThing.org or download episodes via iTunes.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, April 4, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Green Fairy Absinthe Tasting

    Thurs, April 4, 9:30pm
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, April 5, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, April 10, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, April 11, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • Mistress Vevletina's Variety Hour

    Fri, April 12, 9:00pm
    $10 suggested donation. 2 drink minimum.
  • TNS After Hours

    Fri, April 19, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, May 2, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Green Fairy Absinthe Tasting

    Thurs, May 2, 9:30pm
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, May 3, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, May 8, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, May 9, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • Mistress Velvetina's Variety Hour

    Fri, May 10, 9:00pm
    $10 suggested donation. 2 drink minimum.
  • TNS After Hours

    Fri, May 17, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Person Place Thing and 500 Women Scientists

    Weds, June 5, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    A New Series: Person Place Thing and 500 Women Scientists
    Why can’t a person go to a bar and hear less about the White House and more about galactic dynmics, magma flow, or Staphylococcus aureus? Problem solved. In the first half of 2019, we’ll present three evenings with women scientists doing fascinating research – astrophysicist Sarah Pearson, volcanologist Einat Lev, and microbiologist Davida Smith, in conversation with Randy Cohen, host of Person Place Thing. Science and liquor: natural companions. Plus live music? All the better.
    Randy Cohen’s first professional work was writing humor pieces, essays, and stories for newspapers and magazines (The New Yorker, Harpers, the Atlantic, Young Love Comics). His first television work was writing for "Late Night With David Letterman" for which he won three Emmy awards. His fourth Emmy was for his work on Michael Moore’s "TV Nation." He received a fifth Emmy as a result of a clerical error, and he kept it. For twelve years he wrote "The Ethicist," a weekly column for the New York Times Magazine. In 2010, his first play, “The Punishing Blow,” ran at New York’s Clurman Theater. His most recent book, "Be Good: how to navigate the ethics of everything," was published by Chronicle. He is currently the creator and host of Person Place Thing, a public radio program.
    Person Place Thing is an interview show based on this idea: people are particularly engaging when they speak, not directly about themselves, but about something they care about. Guests talk about one person, one place, and one thing that are important to them. The result: surprising stories from great talkers. We do the show in front of an audience, with live music, and then edit a version for broadcast across WAMC Northeast Public Radio. You can stream our archive at PersonPlaceThing.org or download episodes via iTunes.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, June 6, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Green Fairy Absinthe Tasting

    Thurs, June 6, 9:30pm
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, June 7, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, June 12, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, June 13, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • Mistress Velvetina's Variety Hour

    Fri, June 14, 9:00pm
    $10 suggested donation. 2 drink minimum.
  • TNS After Hours

    Fri, June 21, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, July 4, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, July 5, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, July 10, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, July 11, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • TNS After Hours

    Fri, July 19, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, August 1, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Green Fairy Absinthe Tasting

    Thurs, August 1, 9:30pm
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, August 2, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, August 8, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • TNS After Hours

    Fri, August 13, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, August 14, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, September 5, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Green Fairy Absinthe Tasting

    Thurs, September 5, 9:30pm
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, September 6, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, September 11, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, September 12, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • TNS After Hours

    Fri, September 20, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, October 3, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Green Fairy Absinthe Tasting

    Thurs, October 3, 9:30pm
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, October 4, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, October 9, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, October 10, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • TNS After Hours

    Fri, October 18, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, November 1, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, November 7, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Green Fairy Absinthe Tasting

    Thurs, November 7, 9:30pm
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, November 13, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, November 14, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • New York Writers Workshop

    Thurs, December 5, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Green Fairy Absinthe Tasting

    Thurs, December 5, 9:30pm
  • F Bomb Flash Fiction Series

    Fri, December 6, 7:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Same Page Reading Series

    Weds, December 11, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.
  • Buck and a Quarter Quartet

    Thurs, December 12, 9:00pm - 11:30pm
    $5 cover. 1 drink minimum.
  • TNS After Hours

    Fri, December 20, 6:30pm
    No cover. 2 drink minimum.