Join us on Friday, January 22 for dinner. Call (585) 364-0688 to reserve a table (if you get our voice mail please leave your name, number of people in your party, time you will be arriving, and your phone number so we can call back to confirm your reservation).
Music for your dining pleasure will be performed by Teagan Ward from 6-9pm.
Singer/songwriter, Teagan Ward, isn’t from this this time or place. At least it doesn’t seem like she should be. With her wild mane of long curls flinging around her head while she dances and her free spirited attitude combined with her soul-tingling vocals, she would fit well with the likesof Janis or Stevie. But Ward, has paid homage to these influences by bringing their spirit and sound to this generation for years.
Ward doesn’t just sing, she roars. And don’t be fooled by her small stature; this lady can match and exceed the vocal talents of legends, like Janis Joplin and Aretha Franklin, with little effort.
Wednesdays are for Wing Nuts – $3 Off all orders of our Slow-Roasted Jumbo Wings. Wednesday Price $9.49.
8 Jumbo wings marinated in a special sauce and slow roasted – slathered in your choice of sauce and served with white rice. Sauces: BBQ, Mild, Medium, Hot Buffalo, E-Xtra Hot Sauce, Herbed Mustard, Cajun Dry Rub, Lemon Cajun, French, Garlic Parm, Sweet & Sour, Tangy Sriracha Lime, and Curry.
Music for your dining pleasure will be performed by Chris Cady from 6-9pm.
Chris is a New York native – born in Syracuse, raised in Rochester. After a couple decades away he returned to Rochester, rejoining the musical community in which he was blessed to grow up.
Chris has played in a wide variety of bands across many musical formats. He has played clubs and campuses across NY and New England, along the way playing opening gigs for NRBQ, Robert Hunter, Papa John Creach, The New Riders of the Purple Sage and others. He’s also traveled North America, including playing for the NFL (Super Bowls XXI & XXII), recording a television series in San Diego, and playing a whirlwind tour of 16 gigs over 18 days at the Calgary Olympics in 1988.
Today Chris juggles multiple music projects including solo, duo and ensemble work. Chris brings a thoughtful soul to his vocals, supporting his voice with an energetic, rhythmic guitar style that ranges from sweet to powerful. His solo act features a wide variety of select covers – songs you’ll recognize but won’t hear everywhere you go.
Americana Thursday with Menu Features inspired by the regional cuisine of towns across America.
Music for your dinning pleasure will be performed by River Lynch from 6-9pm.
Singer/songwriter River Lynch walked into a local guitar shop one day, saw a six string Rickenbacker electric guitar on the wall and proceeded to make the best purchase of his life.
Starting out in Rochester, NY, River began pursuing his passion for writing songs, recording, and performing as a solo artist at the age of seventeen. After deciding to leave college, he dedicated his time to creating music. Early on, he drew from the artistic visions of bands like The Doors, Bob Dylan, and The Rolling Stones, and as he began to perform live, he used his creative freedom to explore a style that is completely his own.
Join us for dinner on Frida, January 29. We will be accepting table reservations up to 6:00pm – after 6:00pm tables will be first come first served.
Dinner music from 6:00 – 9:00pm will be performed by Marty Roberts. Marty will be joined on stage by Ryan Hurley on guitar.
“My songwriting and musical style were influenced by musicians such as : James Taylor, Jim Croce, Dan Fogelberg, Jimmy Buffet, The Eagles and Garth Brooks. Check out some of my audio samples on this site and if you like what you hear, come to see me at one of my upcoming performances.” – Marty Roberts
Join us for dinner on Saturday, January 30. We will be accepting table reservations up to 6:00pm – after 6:00pm tables will be first come first served.
Dinner music from 6:00 – 9:00pm will be performed by Cinnamon Jones.
Cinnamon embodies an unequaled exhibition of love and dedication for the art of music which shows through her innovative blend of genres. Her body of work reflects inspiration from gospel, Blues, Jazz, Pop, R & B, and Soul. Her ability to bring together these many influences infusing them all with a Gospel core, stunning vocal prowess, and commanding stage presence, lends to a performance that is both moving and unforgettable.