- There isn't really a performer/organizer, so you have to wait for Ed to show up with his guitar. However, once he showed up, things got moving along nicely. For Orlando, it's a very homey bar. The patrons are really friendly and fun.
- reply to this commentFred Bement (4/2010)
- When we were down there they didn't have like a house guitar, so you can't count on it, but people have been willing to share.
- reply to this commentPaddieoh (2/2010)
- ? Is there an acoustic guitar available for someone who doesn't bring their own?
- reply to this commentscott (1/2010)
Real open mike, decent equipment, good crowd, friendly, reasonable prices but nothing on the house for performers, so save your lunch money for your gig. Variety of music, mostly acoustic, from traditional to recent, with some originals. Very laid back. So far didn't start anywhere near 9, more like 10. Have a couple of karaoke favorites in yer repeatery. Sing-along is fine, but the Susan Boyle wannabees looking to make you their road band can be a little annoying, so be ready to either make it fun for them or blow them off.
The pub is a smallish unit in a strip mall, but the architecture has a little character and easy to get to. May be a restaurant next door. Haven't got that far yet. Has a nice bar and built up wood back-bar cabinetry like traditional pubs.
All in all, a great place to jam a few tunes, even for a couple of old Dylan refugees. Hi to Adam, Mike, and Nicole. Tell them Neil & Dan sent you.
- reply to this commentPaddieoh (12/2009)
- Just bring the instruments you want to play. We provide everything else. Always a lot of fun! Great drink specials. Come out and support our local talent!
- reply to this commentNicole (10/2009)