Sunday: NOW OPEN FOR BRUNCH! 11am - 4pm, brunch and regular menu served. Monday: for private parties/special occasions. We also offer catering. Contact us for details. Tuesday - Friday: 11am - Midnight, Kitchen open 11am - 10pm. Saturday: 10am - 1am, Kitchen open 10am - 10:30pm serving brunch from 10 -2, regular menu all day.
The MENUincludes a robust wine list, full bar, large craft beer list, and great food! Reservations are not required but are available and encouraged when we have live entertainment. Reservations Online or call 936-622-6425
From conversation to concerts, brunch to dinner, bloody marys to chardonnay, craft beer to cocktails, this video illustrates what we do. Follow us through a day, but shortened to only three minutes. We hope you enjoy it and will visit us soon!
The Mellows will rock and roll you, but just enough to have a great time. No hard stuff but the best of the grooves - including your favorites and some original tunes. Come Monday, you'll be singing their songs and wanting more Mellows!
The first female state musician of Texas, Shelley has performed and collaborated with numerous artists, including Levoln Helm. Her own soul-filled, earthy Americana sound is rooted in southern gospel and blues, dampened by the Gulf-borne humidity of Louisiana, nourished by the river loam of Muscle Shoals, then cleansed by the hot springs of her native Arkansas, with a little Texas country bubbling underneath.
East Texas Best Local Musician 2014 (people's choice awards in BScene magazine.) Dustin Becker! These guys entertain with Motown, country, pop, and rock. This show is only for those wanting to have fun!
Nacogdoches' own Kasey Landsdale will be back from Nashville for a special performance !
In 2013, she was given a unique opportunity to record her first studio album, “Restless,” in the historic Cash Cabin Studio with producer John Carter Cash. Producer Mike Clute assisted in starting up the project, further by Lansdale herself then John Carter Cash, who added the final touches. Released on August 20, 2013, “Restless” features 11 tracks featuring her smoky Tanya Tucker-esque twang with seven of her own self-penned songs like “Sorry Ain’t Enough” and “Blame You For Trying.”
Along with the “Restless” album release, Lansdale is successfully giving performances both nationally and internationally including large events and festivals such as SXSW, the Halogaland Music Festival in Norway, and The Piacenza Blues Festival in Italy. Fans can also find her on the second half of the Restless Roadtrip, promoting her current album across the nation in early 2014.
Her music will also be featured soon in the new films, “Cold in July,” starring award-winning actor, Michael C. Hall from the Showtime hit series, “Dexter,” slated for a fall 2014 release, and in “Christmas with the Dead.”
Have you seen our room sparkle with music? If not, come at 7:00 pm and see Nac Pac Jazz trio. You'll see exactly what we mean when we say the room sparkles - the buzz of happy people, bright tunes and good times!
If you have been around Nac for a while, you have fond memories of Joe Vega! He is bringing his awesome music and his rendition of your favorite tunes - and he brings an open mic! If you want to sing along, or sing by yourself, Joe can accommodate you. He makes the worst of us sound pretty darn good!
Come out for some reminiscing and for a great time!
Ray Wylie's new album release, The Ruffian’s Misfortune, currently sits at #2 on the Americana Radio Chart.
Ray Wylie Hubbard writes the kind of songs that make you want to ride along no matter where he’s going, because you know it’s gonna get strange somewhere along the way. Anyone who’s followed him over the long and winding path he has traveled already knows he possesses the kind of exceptional gift for observation that any songwriter yearns for.
A leading figure of the 1970's progressive country movement, Hubbard is also well-known for authoring the perennial anthem "Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother" recorded by Jerry Jeff Walker in 1973.
This is music so soulful, so good, so real, you will feel like you've been to church, but it's also so darn sexy that you'll feel like you need to go to church again by Sunday. Dan's honest, bluesy, folksy, funky and downright heart-grabbing tunes will make you pay attention, sway along, and want more. His voice, his band, and his musicianship will not disappoint. If you missed him at Big Nac, now's your chance.
FIfth time through The Liberty Bell, Folk Family Revival is making a name for themselves in Nacogdoches!
A warm, classic Texas tone and crunching, bluesy guitar solos bring this band beyond the standard pop country currently filling the airwaves.
Folk Family Revival is one of those bands that could open for a mainstream Nashville country act, an indie folk band or even bands like Beaumont’s country and folk-tinged Ruxpins or Ramblin’ Boys, which integrates punk rock into their particular brand of country.
The Mix'n Matches are local musicians who really know their jazz! They play the standards you love plus some jazzy renditions of pop favorites. You'll be tapping your toes, sipping your drink and smiling. Let us take care of you!
Simply put, The Otis Jones Project is dirty blues based indie rock: thick guitar sounds, hard driving rhythms, and expressive vocals come together in a style similar to groups like The Black Keys and North Mississippi Allstars.
Nothing too serious, just every song in your playlist performed by seriously entertaining and funny group of guys! It's a good time with great service, drinks, and food. Make your reservations today! https://www.seatme.yelp.com/r/the-liberty-bell/
"Roots music? Pop music? Some rockabilly, a lot of rock and roll, a lick of country soul, power-pop underpinnings... you can decide what to call it for yourself. Don and Phil, Brian and Carl, John and Paul, Ritchie, Buddy - it's all there written in between the lines of The Bellfuries beautific and shakin' stuff. We're just glad they exist." - ATX Music Mag
Anyone wondering about Wood & Wire’s sound need not look any further than the four-piece band’s name, which honors the purity of acoustic instruments and the gorgeous music a skilled artist can coax out of just simple wood and wire.
The Austin-based band’s self-titled debut album released this year is an engaging collection of music that is deeply rooted in bluegrass traditions, although the members themselves draw upon country and Americana and listen to everything from Doc Watson to Led Zeppelin.
Austin jazz-grass band MilkDrive features award-winning instrumentalists Brian Beken on fiddle and lead vocals, Noah Jeffries on guitar and harmony vocals, Dennis Ludiker on mandolin and harmony vocals, and Jesse Dalton on double bass. But awards reveal nothing about the Austin string band’s exhilarating sound. Fueled by equal parts tradition and innovation, MilkDrive delivers a distinctive acoustic experience that crosses genres, geographies, and generations.