901 New York Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001
serving Louisiana style cuisline. Named by Esquire Magazine as one of the new "Best New Restaurants" and by
Washingtonian as one of the city's "100 Very Best Restaurants". The Big Boy Little Band plays the Sunday brunch
occasionally, so you have to try their prix fixe Sunday brunch - the food's fantastic! Check out the menu on their website.
Street parking, valet parking at 9th & K or metro (Mount Vernon Square, 2 blocks or Gallery Place, 3 blocks). Located
in Penn Quarter across from the old convention center site and the new CityCenterDC development.
Road Inn (BRI)
22094 Newtowne Neck Rd.
Compton, MD 20650
They love the music here! Genuine Southern Maryland roadhouse located near Leonardtown. Pool tables,
cold beer and drinks and friendly bartenders who know everyone's name! When the weather's nice, we play outdoors under
a huge pavilion with a huge stage! Plenty of parking.
love live music here. Now
smoke free with custom smoking booth for your convenience! Motto: "Ageless Charm Without Yuppie Bastardization" for over 60 years!
T-shirts with motto available & spotted on celebrities - get yours! Honky tonk - you gotta see the decor, signs
& the painting - with homecooked food/full menu, live music 7 nights/week. Every Monday -> Wolf's Blues Night/Open
Blues Jam with Andy Hamburger on drums and featuring a special guest each time, 8:30 pm, no cover. Expanded venue with
large state and big wooden dance floor! Check the specials board - wings, chili, bbq, desserts, meatloaf - all Wolf-approved!
At the corner of Arlington Blvd. & Annandale Rd.; in the Jefferson Village shopping center next to Baskin Robbins.
Cover sometimes, usually on Fridays & Saturdays.
Washingtonian article, "Honky Tonk Thrives in Falls
Falls Church News-Press spotlight: http://www.fcnp.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4216:restaurant-spotlight-of-the-week-jvs-restaurant&catid=18:arts-a-entertainment&Itemid=80
400 W. Lexington Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
landmark and the oldest and largest of Baltimore's 6 indoor food markets; historic (over 200 years) and renovated with over
140 market stalls, eat-in or take-out, lots of choices for lunch while you listen to great music from 12 Noon - 2 pm on Fridays
and Saturdays, no cover. Check out some of Baltimore's favorites such as Berger's Cookies and Jumbo Fried Chicken &
Faidley's Crabcakes + lots more! Extensive list of vendors on website. 4,000 parking spaces and easy access to
mass transit. Check out their calendar - special events include CHOCOLATE Festival & the Lunch with the ELEPHANTS!!
of Wolf's Blues Jam every Wednesday, 7:30 pm! Friendly neighborhood pub with great pub food in a relaxed, down home
atmosphere. Close to Annapolis and about 20 miles from the Beltway.
Red Oak Bistro
Crain Highway (Route 301)
La Plata, MD 20646
(behind Colonial Liquors)
Nice, casual restaurant with New American
fare, extensive menu - lots of appetizers, entrees, pizza, salads and desserts too and lots of specialty drinks!
Ruddy Duck - Solomon's
Dowell, MD 20629
play on the bar side. Great restaurant and brewery featuring artison crafted food and beer. Full menu including
seasonal specials and desserts. Large bar area with tables and chairs in front and high top tables and chairs in the
back. Come hungry - large portions!
219 King Street
Alexandria (Old Town), VA 22314
We play upstairs - smoking and cigars permitted. Supper club
style seating, large bar, comfy lounge room off the side of the bar with club seats and TV for the games, excellent French
Creole cuisine along with burgers, wings, salads too. Beautiful venue, Victorian style decor. "Along for
the Ride" featuring Bill Pappas (guitar & vocals), Andy Hamburger (drums) and Wolf (bass) along with a special guest.
We play there every Sunday but the 3rd Sunday and occasional weekends too. No cover on Sundays.