owners Michael Knuth and Nick Mercadante will celebrate their official grand opening Saturday, Aug. 4. After four weeks of being open to the public, all three levels of this bar, restaurant, and live music venue are now open to music fans across the Chicago suburbs.
EvenFlow’s grand opening will include a trip down memory lane through two distinct decades. The Shagadelics will be playing the first set with their funky tunes from the '70s. For the second set, The Breakfast Club will take the stage to play the radical sounds from the '80s.
Guests are encouraged to dress up in their favorite '70s/'80s garb, and employees will be participating in the theme night as well.
EvenFlow includes a full bar that spans the length of the main floor and a lofted area featuring the “Jimi Hendrix Booth” overlooking a full stage. Below the main floor is another full bar in an intimate lounge atmosphere aptly named “The Vault” after the original vault door that is still intact from the historic Geneva State Bank that once operated in this same location. The Vault is becoming a popular space for people who want a unique atmosphere for their private parties and events.
The cocktail menu includes competitively-priced libations with local brews and handcrafted cocktails including the “Third & State” and the “Purple Haze." In addition, guests can dine on American Contemporary cuisine among the murals of some of the most well-known rock legends of our time, such as Neil Young and Pete Townshend.
Guests can expect live music every Tuesday through Saturday night and doors open at 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday’s are devoted to the soulful sounds of the blues, while Wednesday’s currently feature the fan-favorite local country and blues act, The Lonesome Stranglers. Thursday through Saturday guests can find a mixture of acts featuring rock and pop tributes, as well as original singer/songwriters.
More information can be found online at www.evenflowmusic.com.
SOURCE: EvenFlow press release