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Vintage Furniture, Live Music, Open Mic,
Food, Beer & Wine Bar, Cappuccino.

We hope you'll join us for music, food, & fun.


The Green Room is a comfortable, intimate club that offers live music ranging from Jazz to Blues to Reggae every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. On Wednesday nights we have WEDNESDAY NIGHT UNDERGROUND with our host Matt Mullarkey. The Underground showcases 2 to 3 different local Punk and Alternative bands every week. On Mondays we have Open Mic starting at 8:00.

The Green Room distinguishes itself from other clubs in many ways. One of the reasons we opened it is to promote local original music. Lou, having been a musician for many years, knows how hard it is to find someplace that doesn't want you to play covers only. Another reason is to give local artists a place to show their work. We charge no commission on paintings sold and some of our exhibitors have had a great response to their work. We have also hosted several very successful Poetry Slams, one of which was seen on CPTV.

We have a wide variety of people that frequent The Green Room. It is not unusual to see people dressed in skirts and suits talking to someone they just met in a cut off shirt and covered with tattoos. The setting makes in near impossible to be uptight. You can sit back on one of our comfy couches with a glass of wine or a beer and play one of our many games. Or if you're in the mood, curl up on a beanbag, read a book or pick up our house guitars and play a tune. You can also enjoy a bite to eat from the menu including Hors D'oeuvres, salads, sandwiches and dessert. Also, don't forget to browse through the artwork, knickknacks and furniture all of which are for sale.

The people that come in here have all said, "A night at The Green Room is like hanging out at a friend's house." We're glad they feel that way because that's exactly what we want.

If you're ever in the area, stop in (if you haven't already) and say Hi. We're here every day.


This web site was created by Jeff Coleman.

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