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Why we do what we do.

The bar was created out of a desire to offer a place of respite from the noise and turmoil of the day. To that end, you will not find a TV. We do not offer draft beer. The sounds of blenders and soda guns will not interupt your conversations. You will find comfortable seating, elegant lighting and interesting decor. A place to meet up with your friends and engage in conversation. The live music is not intended to dominate the room but to provide yet another pleasant experience. Seating is limited to 50.  

Hours

Thursday – Saturday
5pm – until

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610-A South Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601

Events & Music

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Thursday, June 29 8-11 PM

Sonny Disposition Artist's Website

Sonny Thornton's Disposition Trio present an evening of classical and traditional jazz. Ethan Burkhardt on bass plays it cool and smooth while Aaron Bowen behind the piano provides the animation. The interplay between the trio is a treat to both observe and hear.

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Friday, June 30 6:30-8:30

Thomas Bridwell Artist's Website

Born and raised in Harlem, a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music and oh yes- the Julliard School of Music, Thomas "Thom" Bridwell performs each Friday evening from 6:30-8:30 at Rainer's. Most times he performs solo but you will never know when someone drops by to share the stage.

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Saturday, July 1 6:30-8:30

Noel Riddle Artist's Website

Noel Riddle's acoustic performance has been described as Southern Grit. His Piedmont style of jazz and blues can be enjoyed every Saturday at Rainer's.

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Saturday, July 1 9 - midnight

Jacob Johnson Artist's Website

Jacob Johnson is a young SC native who has shared stages with songwriting masters from Edwin McCain to David Wilcox, and hangs out with guitar heroes like Tommy Emmanuel and Phil Keaggy. While it’s his flashy guitar pyrotechnics that might grab your attention, his songwriting, personality, and performance style are what set him apart from the rest of the pack of other young guitar-slingers. In short, to quote Tommy Emmanuel, "Jacob rocks!".

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