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One Enchanting Evening – A New Year’s Eve Gala

 

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New Year’s Eve 2017

The world-class NC Revelers Orchestra has once again agreed to perform at the Pittsboro Roadhouse so you can dance your way into the New Year Hollywood style – like Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire.

A nineteen piece orchestra on New Year’s Eve is nothing like a DJ, or even two or three DJs. A nineteen piece orchestra means you will have the time of your life, dancing the way the stars did in the fifties, for one magical evening. You’ll feel like you’re in the big city, New York, New York, or Washington DC, or Chicago, or LA. Only you’ll be in beautiful Chatham County where you can still see the stars at night.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2016

New Year’s Eve 2017 Gala

with the world-class big band orchestra
The  NC Revelers Orchestra
9pm – 12:30am

Ballroom Dancing
Party Favors
Heavy Hors d’Oeuvres and Desserts
Champagne Toast

RSVP to save your seat!

75/per person
140/per couple

-Salad gf

-Imported and Domestic Cheese w/ Crackers, Bread, Gluten Free Bread gf

-Fresh Crostini w/ Tomato Basil Bruschetta Station gf (Pesto, Tomatoes, Garlic, Shallot, Olive Oil, Olives)

-Chicken Marsala Bites gf

-Carved Prime Rib gf (Brown Mustard, Fresh Horseradish, Garlic)gf

-Molasses BBQ Tossed Fried Chicken

-Salmon Teriyaki Stir Fry (Snap Peas, Corn, Peppers, Onion, Water Chestnuts, -Bean Sprouts)gf

-Grits Station gf (Cheese, Shrimp, Bacon, Green Onion, Butter, Jalapenos, Red Eye Gravy)gf

-Mashed Potato Station gf (Cheese, Ham, Bacon, Green Onion, Butter, Sawmill Gravy)gf

-Vegetable Spring Rolls w/ Crème Fraiche

-Cheesecake gf

-Chocolate Bundt Cake Bites

-BTS Cake

-Chocolate Station gf

-Biscuits and Milk Shooters

-Fruit Tarts

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(Updated December 2016)

 

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New and Timeless Favorites For Every Music Fan – Live Music August 29-31, 2013

New and Timeless Favorites For Every Music Fan – Live Music August 29-31, 2013

Getting out of the traffic-ridden city and trying a new restaurant can serve as a fun mini-vacation; with Pittsboro Roadhouse just under an hour away from Raleigh, NC, we’d love to be a stop on your weekend adventure. Come join us for our ever-changing and delicious menu, and we’ll help introduce you to the North Carolina local music scene with our weekly bands. Our friendly staff will win you over and you’ll feel right at home at the Pittsboro Roadhouse!

Near Blind James and Harmonica Bob

Near Blind James and Harmonica Bob

Near Blind James and Harmonica Bob

Jump back to the early 20th century with Near Blind James and Harmonica Bob’s timeless tunes this Thursday, August 29th. By combining the techniques of classic Chicago and Piedmont Blues with a passion for ragtime, they’ll truly make you a blues lover. These styles offer a different listening experience for those accustomed to Southern Blues, so blues fans are in for a special, finger-picking good time. The show starts at 7:00 p.m., but make sure to grab a seat early!

Leslie Land and the Bourbon Street Band

Leslie Land and the Bourbon Street Band

Leslie Land and the Bourbon Street Band

IndyWeek’s own Leslie Land joins us with her Bourbon Street Band for a night of jazz and rockin’ covers this Friday, August 30th. The band, consisting of a male and female lead vocalist alongside a piano/bass/drum trio, will entertain you with their mix of jazz and 70s/80s pop songs. Come early, get a seat, and hear some old favorites – you might even find a few new favorites! The show begins at 8:00 p.m.

 

Not Dead Yet

Not Dead Yet

Not Dead Yet

Not Dead Yet is a local favorite on the Roadhouse Stage and they always have some great tunes to offer. This Saturday, August 31st, they’ll play both original tunes and covers of your favorite Classic Rock, Folk, and Country bands. They’re all about the rhythm, boogie, and swing, so bring a friend to dance along with. You’ll love their harmonies and their upbeat sound. Stop in – the show starts at 8:00 p.m.

 

What Music is Coming Up?

Want to see what’s playing at the Roadhouse for weeks ahead? Visit any one of these sites:

Pittsboro Roadhouse on IndyWeek
Pittsboro Roadhouse on ReverbNation

Questions? Call 919-542-2432

Wednesdays 11 – 9 pm. Thursdays 11 – 9 pm. Friday & Saturdays 11 – 10 pm.

Rockin’ Americana Coming To You – Live Music August 15-17, 2013

Rockin’ Americana Coming To You – Live Music August 15-17, 2013

Looking to step outside the city? Want to find your new favorite hot spot? Get back to the feel of real, good ol’ Americana with the Pittsboro Roadhouse this weekend. We’re bringing Chatham Country food, friends, and a whole lot of fun – including our cool weekly bands. You’ll find the best music and food North Carolina has to offer at Pittsboro Roadhouse!

Begin your weekend early with Karaoke Night on Wednesday, August 14th from 6:30-8:30. Raleigh Event DJ’s Bradley Junell will keep you and your friends grooving, singing, and laughing. We love to see how awesome our patrons are, so leave your nerves at the door and show us what you’ve got on stage.

Steph Stewart Duo

Steph Stewart

Steph Stewart

Steph Stewart will instantly enchant you with her sweet and smokey honky-tonk thus Thursday, August 15th. She has toured extensively in North Carolina and Tennessee, winning over the hearts of many with her unforgettable and enticing twang. You’ll feel at home with her Americana roots, but you’ll get a strange and unique feeling of deja vu with her old school Appalachian appeal. We know she’ll win over your heart like she has won ours.

Get ready for a rollercoaster of emotions you haven’t felt since your first summer love back in your hometown. She’ll start rocking the house at 7 p.m., and an awesome Pittsboro Roadhouse dinner will keep you jamming through the evening. Let us make you feel at home the same way her music will!

 

The Parsons

The Parsons

The Parsons

John and Caroline Parsons are happy to share their 25 years of stories and songs on the Pittsboro Roadhouse stage this Friday, August 16th. Jerome Hawkes joins the duo as they share the mysteries of live through their ethereal Americana and Bluegrass tunes. You’ll be laughing and smiling for hours as The Parson’s remind you of all the beauties in the world; what more can you ask for on a good Friday night?

You’ll be greeted by Caroline’s lovely voice, a bass, a mandolin, a banjo, and guitars as they rock as they have together for the last fifteen years. Starting at 8 p.m., their folksy style will have you nodding and tapping along. You’ll feel like you’re hanging out with old friends – so call up your college friends and bring them out with you to keep us company!

Tuesday Night Music Club

Tuesday Night Music Club

Tuesday Night Music Club

Keep your Americana weekend going with Tuesday Night Music Club this Saturday, August 16th. We are excited to invite these four guys back because they are always a joy. Their acoustic jams have us tapping along; their bluegrass and country tunes remind us of exactly what country is supposed to sound like.

Take advantage of the opportunity to see this great Sanford band at 8 p.m.  You’ll love their classic sound that always keeps us begging for more. Grab some dinner and settle in – you’re in for a real treat with this wonderful live music.

What Music is Coming Up?

Want to see what’s playing at the Roadhouse for weeks ahead? Visit any one of these sites:

Pittsboro Roadhouse on IndyWeek
Pittsboro Roadhouse on ReverbNation

Questions? Call 919-542-2432

Wednesdays 11 – 9 pm. Thursdays 11 – 9 pm. Friday & Saturdays 11 – 10 pm.