A friend and I ventured to the Boot and Saddle on Saturday to check out the venue and see a band we have been following, Vulcans. I always loved the sign and understand it will ll be restored. If you like old neon signs you'll love this piece of Philly lure. The new owners , I believe, kept the stuff that made the place unique; tin ceilings and walls, cowboy murals, interesting wood floors, concert venue, and a friendly atmosphere. A friendly bar tender, waitress and bar manager met us and gave us top notch service for our drinks and food. The menu is eclectic with an unusual combination of entries, appetizers and side dishes all that seem to work, We both had turkey burgers with sweet potato fries, very good. . R5 Production and The Bowerly Presents will drive the entertainment side of the business and with that talent and experience we can expect to see a steady stream of top notch live music.
The opening act was a group of three women named Ladybird. I did not get their names and have been unsuccessful in location them with my wanting internet search skills. That is a shame for I thought they were really very good. If you saw th...
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... This is a standing room venue so getting folks up dancing, stomping and the like is natural. The Vulcans had us going with “Ready Get Running, “ and got the fire burning with “Auburn Girl.”
Something that has not changed is how they end the concert. They get all the acts up on stage,enlist the crowd to break into an enthusiastic rendition of “ This Land Is Your Land.” What a way to end a concert! I hope they do not change it because it gets everyone, to have sense of joy that only great songs can elicit.
The Boot and Saddle hits the mark on everything that is important to me;.really friendly staff, unusual but good food, a eclectic beer selection, just the best acoustics, good acts, and low price all wrapped together. I even found a free parking space within 50 ft of the door. I'll keep my eye on upcoming concerts and if in the area stop in for a bite.
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