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Black Friday Dinner and Music Roundtable!


Black Friday out and about for dinner and music!

Join us 5 - 8 PM for our annual Musician Roundtable and general merriment

Serving our full menu til 8pm, drop in!

Chef Isaiah and Chef Sam will be in full effect with your favorite Cider House comfort food all evening, to accompany the holiday vibe and our rotation of live music…

Off the Rails Blues: 4:30-5:30pm

The Pelotones: 5:45-6:45pm

The Notorious String Busters: 7-8pm

Featuring, in rotation…

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The Notorious String Busters:

Get your dancin shoes out and put your drinkin face on for some foot stompin, stage trompin, rug cuttin, string bustin, fist pumpin, gator jumpin, sweat drippin, ass kickin, name takin, jail brakin, swamp burnin, earth turnin, truck drivin, two timin, knee slappin, face plantin, blackout inducin bluegrass.   


The Pelotones

The Pelotones trio are Harry Aceto (bass), Alex Specker (lead guitar, vocals), and Wayne Gottlieb (lead vocals, guitar). The Pelotones play a wide range of styles: swing-jazz, blues, R&B, country, rock and roll, and Latin.  A large part of their repertoire consists of originals from Wayne and Alex, which blend seamlessly in tone and style with their covers. A favorite band of swing and social dancers throughout the Finger Lakes, when The Pelotones play, the room is filled with happy, dancing people!

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Off the Rails Blues

Off the Rails Blues are four Central New York musicians who combine a variety of styles and backgrounds to perform original soulful rhythm and blues tunes. Bernie holds down the rhythm and grabs us with catchy leads. Joe’s beautiful bass and harmonies and Roger’s dynamic drums support a driving sound that is culminated with Bev’s gutsy vocals. We are often Off the Rails and you will be too if you come down and boogie with us at the Cider House where we'll be performing originals and old blues standards guaranteed to rock your soul.  

Earlier Event: November 23
Later Event: December 1
New Winter Hours Begin