If you've not been to one of our Sunday evening Hootenannies than you are missing out on not only good food and music but tradition too!
Do you know the history of the "hootenanny?"
Hootenanny is an Appalachian colloquialism that was used in early twentieth century
During the early 1960s at the height of the Folk Music Woody Guthrie & Pete Seeger's newly formed folk-protest group, the Almanac Singers worked out of a loft in New York City hosting regular (Sunday afternoon) concerts called "hootenannys", a word Pete and Woody had picked up in their cross-country travels.
Serving Up Pie & Tradition
Join us for a slice of Americana. Homegrown MUSIC and FOOD every Sunday (weather permittin') from 5 pm - 10 pm I recommend you RSVP!
Now that we've "winterized" the back yard patio (complete with heaters!), check out our online calendar for upcoming events
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