- Originally, the 31st Street Pub catered to mill workers who would stop by for a beer after a hard day at work. Before long, bikers had taken over the bar. These days, the pub caters to fans of indie rock and experimental music. The stage area still has the skulls that decorated the infamous Skull Room during the biker days, but the crowd is a little more friendly now. Bands (such as Gagging Magots and Ninjas Who Met God) perform nightly Thursday through Saturday. Happy hour is from 4:30pm to 6:30pm. Cover charge varies based on the band performing. See website for complete calendar of events.
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User Reviews for 31st. Street Pub
Editorial review from Citysearch
The Pub is one of the best places in the city to see a good, old school rock and roll show. The drinks are relatively inexpensive and the atmosphere actually feels like a rock club....
- posted on 06.22.12
- by by craniac25 at Citysearch
I love this place -- kind of seedy,
I love this place -- kind of seedy, great live acts, and cheap beer -- highly recommended.
- posted on 06.04.12
- by by rswenson2 at Citysearch
- Live Music Venue 2005 – Audience Winner