We make our food from scratch with fresh ingredients. Many gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options are available. We also have a special menu that changes often.
LIVE MUSIC ON WEEKENDS
Live music on Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings. Schedule subject to change. If you are interested in playing here contact Chad.
Come down and tap your toes and snap your fingers to the fresh and innovative sounds of this talented jazz trio. A UO&V favorite!
Empire Night is Tatiana Calderon and John Ryan- A Duo featuring both guitar and keyboards. We cover a very wide range of music you know, but may not hear covered from other performers- current pop folk and country, favorite 90's songs, and fun campy 60's and 70's songs everyone will enjoy. Tatiana and John have been playing music together for over 7 years, and as a duo for 4 years. Tatiana's amazing vocal range is complemented by John's polished piano talent, guitar, vocals, and tasteful rhythm tracks. Tatiana and John play regularly at area wineries, upscale restaurants, and private events.
Aldo (John Altenbernd) will be performing selections from his previously released albums along with new material from his upcoming release, "One by One".
Lily Peck is a long-time student of Andy and Kathryn Karg at 2Gether Productions
Known for her remarkable ability to take over the stage and capture her audience, Barbara Meyer engulfs the listener in spirals of deep and soulful lyrics. Her own songs weave undertones of her playful humor as well as her intrinsic spirituality, giving her music a timeless relevance. Her extensive background in theatre, coupled with a Master’s degree in opera from the University of Iowa, has honed her vocals into the ultimate tool of expression and communication. She performs regularly throughout the Twin Cities, and is praised for both her live performances and her studio work. Her genre-jumping ability is huge, encompassing jazz, roots rock & reggae, Broadway, gospel, folk, and cabaret, creating a distinctive and electrifying performance every time. And if you’re extra lucky, you’ll catch her hula-hooping shtick
Alan Husby, of the Barbara Meyer Trio, will be performing on his guitar today. Alan Husby grew up in Minneapolis, started playing the guitar at age 10, and has been playing and singing with local jazz, folk, and gospel groups around the Twin Cities for 20+ years. He recently retired from teaching and is now enjoying the additional time to play and sing and write. He continues to perform with the Jumping Jehosaphats, the Barbara Meyer Trio, World Beat Connection, "It's Not Too Late" (a Carole King / James Taylor tribute band), and various other joyful combinations of musician friends.
Conor Moor is a talented and authentic musician with a soulful sound that resonates deeply with listeners. Hailing from diverse music scenes in major cities like Los Angeles, New Orleans, Portland, and Asheville, Conor has left his mark on stages big and small. With a background of playing in bands and recording multiple albums, Conor is now embarking on his solo journey, captivating audiences with his heartfelt lyrics and trance-inducing melodies. His performances are raw, emotive, and skillful, as he paints pictures with his music. Conor’s powerful vocals and skilled guitar playing create an immersive experience, drawing listeners into his intimate world of sound. As he continues to evolve as a solo artist, Conor Moor’s music performances promise not to disappoint and above all else, entertain.
Pat Quinn and Peg/M.Etta Meyer perform a wide range of music, including folk rock, traditional and contemporary Irish songs, plus some pop and original material. Known for their tight harmonies and good-natured chemistry, Quinn & Meyer continue to welcome new listeners into their ever-expanding family of beloved regulars.
Scott Graves has been active in the Twin Cities and Minnesota music community over the last forty years, most notably playing and serving as Musical Director for Big Walter Smith and the Groove Merchants for twenty-five years. Playing guitar, keyboards, and horns, he loves to play music that has groove and soul. In addition to playing many clubs, concerts, and festivals in the Midwest, Scott has had the opportunity to play on ships, including Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2), cruising the Caribbean and across the Atlantic Ocean.
Alan Husby grew up in Minneapolis, started playing the guitar at age 10, and has been playing and singing with local jazz, folk, and gospel groups around the Twin Cities for 20+ years. He recently retired from teaching and is now enjoying the additional time to play and sing and write. He continues to perform with the Nokomis Trio, the Barbara Meyer Trio, Joyful Jamming, "It's Not Too Late" (a Carole King / James Taylor tribute band), and various other joyful combinations of musician friends.
The band R & L consists of Andy Hermansen and Brianna Samson. They bonded through a mutual love of music, and that turned into a relationship, which eventually turned into a marriage. They have been performing together for over four years. Brianna sings main vocals, while Andy plays guitar, harmonica, and assists on backup vocals. They mainly perform covers of songs from the 60s, 70s, and beyond. Within the last year, they have begun writing their own music, which has influences of folk and rock, with a twist of early 2000s alternative.
Guitarist Joel Shapira is an internationally acclaimed musician residing in St. Paul / Minneapolis MN. He's a leader and/or member of multiple top Twin Cities' jazz ensembles, as well as a master of the demandingdiscipline of solo guitar. He performs regularly with world-class musicians, has numerous recordings to his credit, and is an artist featured on the NYC record label Unseen Rain Records.
Ella Grace is an up-and-coming trumpeter, composer, educator, and producer based in Chicago and Minnesota. Ella performs with several ensembles throughout the Midwest and is currently working towards a degree in Jazz Studies at DePaul University. Jackson Peters is an exciting young guitarist studying at the Lawrence University Conservatory of Music. He works primarily in jazz small-group settings having performed with many notable Twin cities figures. Jackson has also performed with many award winning pit orchestras, both in academic and professional settings, as well as the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra.
The Chronick Trio plays jazz in the bop, swing, and funk traditions. With decades of experience among them, the group delivers power, subtlety, heart — and soul. Richard Kronick — bass, vocals Scott Ives— guitar Bruce Wintervold — vibraphone and percussion