May
10
2017
 

Introducing Happier Hour

Introducing
Happier Hour

Available in our

Wine Bar Lounge

Enjoy Complimentary Select Appetizer with purchase of first cocktail or glass of wine
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October
3
2016
 

Paolo Altieri In the Restaurant

Guitarist for 35 years’ experience, has worked with every known musician in the tri state area , along with some very famous musicians including, renowned Czech Republic trumpet player LACO DECI, also Hammond organist virtuoso, BRIAN CHARETTE, and incredible Italian drum master, ANDREA VALENTINE


October
1
2018
 

Dinner and a Show

Dinner and a Show

At The Rooftop Lounge

A Bronx Tale

Featuring Former Cast of A Bronx Tale The Musical

An autobiographical show/musical tells the coming-of-age story of Calogero Anello,
a young New Yorker torn between the temptations of organized crime and the values of his hard working father.

Friday, October 19th, 8-11 PM

Reservations are Limited

Call 718-843-8387

Joseph J Simeone
Actor, singer, dancer, starred in A Bronx Tale as Cologero Anello.  Additional broadway credits include West Side Story, Spiderman, Phantom of the Opera.  In regional theater performed in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Little Dancer, Zorba, Irma La Douce and Surf! The Beach Boy’s Musical.
Charlie Marcus
Charlie Marcus just completed the Broadway run of A Bronx tale where he performed the roles of Sonny and Lorenzo and all the neighborhood Wiseguys. He was in the original company of A Chorus Line and has been performing on Broadway for over 28 years. He has traveled the world and starred in shows as Crazy for you, Swing!, Little shop of horrors, Sunset Boulevard, Evita, Cats, Joseph and many others.
Lucia Giannetta
Accomplished Musical Theater and Pop Performer, Lucia has most recently starred on Broadway as Rosina in A Bronx Tale The Musical and has just finished filming Martin Scorsese’s film THE IRISHMAN. Some additonal credits include Broadway’s Les Miserables and Leap Of Faith, the National Tour of Les Miserables, and Godspell. Lucia has performed concerts at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Radio City and the Kennedy Center.
Trista Dollison
Trista was last seen playing Violet in Charlie and The Chocolate Factory on Broadway. She originated the role of Frieda in A Bronx Tale. Other Broadway include Disney’s The Lion King, and AvenueQ. New York and Regional credits includes A Bronx Tale (World Premiere/Frieda), Keisha in Soul On Fire (Kennedy Center),  Sister Act (Deloris), Faust (NY City Center), Dreamgirls (Lorrell). She is a proud member of Broadway.

Three Course Dinner With Three Acts

Top Shelf Open Bar

$125 per person ALL INCLUSIVE

Reservations are Limited

Call 718-843-8387

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October
2
2018
 

CELEBRATING OUR 8TH ANNIVERSARY

CELEBRATING OUR 8TH ANNIVERSARY

ENJOY Our Fall Inspired Menu

October 9TH – NOVEMBER 2ND

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March
16
2018
 

Steve Campagna

From Boston to Key West, Steve Campagna has been bringing the fun for 20 plus years. The perfect MC or performer to get the party going, Steve will have you singing along to the best songs from the 1950’s to todays hits. Don’t be afraid to ask for any style of music, you might be surprised.

8:00pm to 11:00pm


May
8
2018
 

Karen Bella

Karen Bella, Born and raised in New York, is a singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist., playing guitar, ukulele and piano. Professionally studying voice at 9 years old and writing original songs from 12, she was involved with theater, choir and played the drums in her school band throughout Elementary school and Middle School. She studied theater in High School with The On Tour Drama Program at Sandford H. Calhoun High School.

After graduating High school, she decided to postpone going to college and focused on her music career. She worked with multiple producers and musicians, recording many original songs, co-writing and performing throughout New York.

in 2007, Karen decided to attend Five Towns College in Dix Hills, NY to continue her musical education. She began private guitar lessons, concentrated on music theory and completed two years of school.

After college, Karen released her first album titled “Ordinary Girl” and shortly after moved to Israel for family obligations.

It was there in Tel-Aviv where she began performing in front of audiences who granted immense support. The move allowed her to grow as an artist as well as a person. Improving on the Hebrew language, being close to family and meeting other musicians – like herself – in another part of the world. She was asked to audition for Israeli Idol and Israel’s The Voice.

After two years of living there, she moved back to New York to further achieve her musical goals and dreams.

Resuming her return to New York, Karen was invited for a VIP audition for NBC’s The Voice and began performing throughout NYC including places in The Village such as The Delancey, The Living Room, Piano’s and the famously known, The Bitter End. She was even asked to perform at The Harry Chapin Memorial Concert at Harry Chapin Lakeside Theater in Eisenhower Park. Currently, she resides in Long Island, NY performing throughout the state at festivals such as the Smithtown Blues festival, venues, restaurants and private parties.

She is in the midst of recording her EP.

8:00pm to 11:00pm


March
16
2018
 

Frank Persico

Frank Persico is a singer and acoustic guitarist who plays all of the popular songs we have come to know and love over the years and right up to the present day. His music is soulful, musical and real. No bells no whistles, no backing tracks or special effects; just a singer and his guitar.  

8:00pm to 11:00pm


May
1
2017
 

Mike Tesler

When Latin music legend Johnny Pacheco is your uncle, and your mom sang with Rock and Roll pioneer Dion Dimucci, music is part of your genetic code! Such is the musical pedigree of Michael Tesler. Growing up in a house filled with music, Mike started out as a drummer, but a chance meeting with his brother’s collection of Jimi Hendrix records inspired Mike to pick up the guitar at the age of 14. Since that time, Mike has put his heart and soul into every single note that he has ever played, and sang. Mike’s style is the product of numerous influences, and he is familiar and comfortable playing music from a variety of musical genres. As a singer and guitar player, Mike uses both his head and heart to deliver a unique musical experience at his every performance.

8:00pm to 11:00pm


May
8
2018
 

Karen Bella

Karen Bella, Born and raised in New York, is a singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist., playing guitar, ukulele and piano. Professionally studying voice at 9 years old and writing original songs from 12, she was involved with theater, choir and played the drums in her school band throughout Elementary school and Middle School. She studied theater in High School with The On Tour Drama Program at Sandford H. Calhoun High School.

After graduating High school, she decided to postpone going to college and focused on her music career. She worked with multiple producers and musicians, recording many original songs, co-writing and performing throughout New York.

in 2007, Karen decided to attend Five Towns College in Dix Hills, NY to continue her musical education. She began private guitar lessons, concentrated on music theory and completed two years of school.

After college, Karen released her first album titled “Ordinary Girl” and shortly after moved to Israel for family obligations.

It was there in Tel-Aviv where she began performing in front of audiences who granted immense support. The move allowed her to grow as an artist as well as a person. Improving on the Hebrew language, being close to family and meeting other musicians – like herself – in another part of the world. She was asked to audition for Israeli Idol and Israel’s The Voice.

After two years of living there, she moved back to New York to further achieve her musical goals and dreams.

Resuming her return to New York, Karen was invited for a VIP audition for NBC’s The Voice and began performing throughout NYC including places in The Village such as The Delancey, The Living Room, Piano’s and the famously known, The Bitter End. She was even asked to perform at The Harry Chapin Memorial Concert at Harry Chapin Lakeside Theater in Eisenhower Park. Currently, she resides in Long Island, NY performing throughout the state at festivals such as the Smithtown Blues festival, venues, restaurants and private parties.

She is in the midst of recording her EP.

8:00pm to 11:00pm


March
1
2018
 

Valerie Rose

Valerie Rose is a songwriter and performer, from New York, who’s voice comes with attitude. Gliding from sweet to sour, her powerful raspy voice and emotive phrasing pops traces of her theatre background. Dubbed the, “Female Billy Joel”, because of her Long Island roots and scene-imagery lyrics, Valerie has a collection of original material that is unlike the traditional conversations and formulas of today’s Pop and Rock realm. She writes about topics such as patriotism, self-reflection, promiscuity, and the #timesup movement. Hoping to awaken the music industry and contribute positive and thought -provoking songs, she is looking to be the voice that stirs emotion into an empathic era of pop culture music.

8:00pm to 11:00pm