We are a majority standing-area venue with seating on our heated and covered patio as well as our newly remodeled mezzanine. All seating is first come first serve however, we do have eight booths available for reservations on our mezzanine. Booths 1-6 seat two to four people, booth 7 seats five and booth 8 seats six to eight. All table reservations are now made at checkout.
Booth reservations are sold on a first come first serve basis.
Reserve multiple booths for larger parties and we will seat you together.
See "Additional Items" on the bottom of checkout page for available booths. If you do not see “Additional Items” unfortunately all booths are SOLD OUT.
We try our best to guarantee your reservation all night, though we ask you to arrive within 2 hours after doors open.
We no longer reserve high top tables behind booths but we encourage people to arrive early to claim available space.
We offer food service once doors officially open. See listing above for specific door time.
BARRETT MARTIN GROUP featuring Jeff Angell (Walking Papers) Barrett Martin Evan Flory-Barnes Andy Coe Ryan Burns Dave Carter Hans Teuber Thione Diop Website Barrett Martin is an award winning writer and drummer best known for his work in several rock bands from Seattle including Mad Season, Screaming Trees, Tuatara, and Walking Papers. He has traveled the world extensively, holds a masters degree in anthropology & linguistics, and is an adjunct professor in the liberal arts department at Antioch University Seattle. He has played on over 100 albums, and has studied music in West Africa, Latin America, Cuba, Brazil, the Peruvian Amazon, Australia, New Zealand, and Alaska. His academic work has included talks and teaching at New York University, Occidental College, Emory University, the University Of Georgia, the University Of Alaska, and the University Of New Mexico. He is the founder of the record label Sunyata Records, and when he is not on tour or in a classroom, he produces albums that range from indigenous music, to folk, jazz, blues, and of course, rock and roll. He was recently awarded the 2014 ASCAP award for excellence in writing. A short synopsis of his studies around the world include work with Garifuna drummers in Belize, Wolof drummers in Senegal, Ewe drummers in Ghana, Santeria drummers in Cuba, Candomble drummers in Brazil, the singing Shipibo Shamans of the Peruvian Amazon, Delta Blues musicians, Arabic musicians, Native American musicians, and various recording projects around the world. Over the course of his 25 year career, his music has been featured on NPR’s “All Songs Considered”, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Rolling Stone, Spin, Classic Rock, Mojo, Uncut, and numerous other international magazines, newspapers, and websites. See Less