Saturday, February 18, 2012

Fw: Events at Indian Road, 2/17-2/22

Indian Road Cafe
600 West 218th Street, New York, NY 10034
inwood 1900
Inwood, from the Bronx, approx. 1900
Events at Indian Road, 2/17-2/22


8PM, LIVE MUSIC:  SOLA - The Sounds of Latin America

Enjoy an evening of bossa novas, boleros, and sambas in a cozy cafe by the park. Sip wine as the sultry rhythms and unforgettable acoustic melodies of Latin America embrace you.  Rebecca Salazar and Barry Kornhauser bring you SOLA, Sounds of Latin America.



5PM, TIKI NIGHT!  Enjoy great Tiki cocktails and specials including Polynesian Whole Roasted Pig cooked in our new La Caja China!


8PM, LIVE MUSIC:  The Moonlighters play 1920's style swing tunes

THE MOONLIGHTERS have been a part of the New York City jazz and pop music scenes since they formed in 1998. Based around a core of harmonized vocal duets backed by warm acoustic instruments including Hawaiian lap steel guitar, ukulele, guitar and bass, they explore traditional and classic tunes with a unique and romantic approach.



12 - 2PM, Will Teez Bike Club

The Inwood Cycling Club meets every Sunday outside of the Indian Road Café.  Show up any time after 11am.  We'll head out a bit after noon, leaving plenty of time to get properly caffeinated, hydrated and schmooze. Meet your neighbors, Rep Your Hood and get your ride on. Everybody's welcome, come one come all.

 1 - 3:30PM, Sunday Songs with Steve MurphyNow in his third year at IRC, the Cafés longest running musical act plays piano medleys from The Beatles, Gershwin,  Joel, Porter, Ragtime, Rogers and Hart, Broadway and a bit of opera. Impromptu solos of all styles receive a free drink or dessert.


6PM, MIVE MUSIC:  The Hudson Cliffhangers play rock and folk



4 - 7PM, Happy Hour at the bar


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20th - President's Day  

open for normal breakfast, lunch, and dinner


For 13 years in Inwood, Monday nights have seen serious singer-songwriters performing originals and covers; country, rock, folk, jazz, gospel, and alt whatever; electric and acoustic guitars, fiddles, banjos, mandolins, ukuleles, accordions, harmonicas, flutes, keyboards, trombones, saxophones, basses (standup, electric, and acoustic) drums, a cello, and even a berimbau (you can look it up).  Everyone is welcome to perform anything--including stand up and spoken word. 



7PM, Indian Road Knitting Circle

Come on in, have a glass of wine, and knit.  Come on in, have a glass of wine, and knit.  This week - Fending off unwanted opossum attacks!



8 - 10PM, Trivia Night with the Dr. Jordan, The Evil Mr. Phil &  

OJ the Imposter

Dr. Jordan is back!  Come on out and join up with your friends and neighbors for a night of raucous fun and great prizes, including tickets to Broadway and sporting events. 


Hendrick's Beer of the Week  



Ommegang Aphrodite

Cooperstown, New York    6oz      8.9%abv     $8

"Funky pear & raspberry aroma. Cloudy red body with thin reddish hue head. Flavor begins sweet with notes of raspberry, pear and yeast; followed by a dominant tart, sour finish. Very dry and crisp.  Served in a champagne flute."


Bronx Brewery Pale Ale

Bronx, New York    16oz      6.3%abv     $7

 "This is a deep amber, American-style pale ale. Cascade and Centennial hops provide a gentle, pleasant bitterness with an intense floral and citrus aroma. It is dry-hopped, unfiltered and unpasteurized."


Sixpoint Bengali Tiger IPA

Brooklyn, New York      16oz        6.4%abv       $7

"Orange/amber body, nice white head, citrus nose. Lots of citrus in the body with a good, firm bracing bitterness and a solid malt backbone. Really nice."


Narragansett Lager

Providence,   Rhode Island    16oz        5%abv       $5

"A very clean aroma, as expected with the style, faint bready pale malt scent with hints of mineral and lemon. The taste is excellently crisp with a light body for easy drinking. Cereal grain flavor throughout with soft bread crust and a semi sweet finish."



Clown Shoes Lubrication

Ipswich, Massachusetts     12oz     6%abv        $7

"This American Black Ale has a dark body, medium bitterness, balanced with West Coast hops and sweet orange peel."


Anderson Valley Hop Ottin IPA

Boonville, California     12oz        7%abv        $6 (can)

"A lovely looking beer: deep amber color and a large creamy head. The aroma is powerful: take your pick - spicy or floral or grapefruit. Hops galore!!"


Anderson Valley Boont Amber Ale

Boonville, California     12oz         7%abv        $6 (can)

"A medium-bodied pale ale with a beautiful copper color, a robust head, and the rich flavor of caramel malt."

Indian Road Cafe | 600 West 218th Street | New York | NY | 10034

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