Sunday: NOW OPEN FOR BRUNCH! 11am - 4pm, brunch and regular menu served. Monday: for private parties/special occasions. We also offer catering. Contact us for details. Tuesday - Friday: 11am - Midnight, Kitchen open 11am - 10pm. Saturday: 10am - 1am, Kitchen open 10am - 10:30pm serving brunch from 10 -2, regular menu all day.
The MENUincludes a robust wine list, full bar, large craft beer list, and great food! Reservations are not required but are available and encouraged when we have live entertainment. Reservations Online or call 936-622-6425
From conversation to concerts, brunch to dinner, bloody marys to chardonnay, craft beer to cocktails, this video illustrates what we do. Follow us through a day, but shortened to only three minutes. We hope you enjoy it and will visit us soon!
If you have never experienced Liberty Bell Karaoke Night, make sure you don't miss this one. Our staff gets in on the act and the whole place is bursting with fun. We won't have karaoke but maybe twice a year, so get your reservations for this one right now!
Anyone wondering about Wood & Wire’s sound need not look any further than the four-piece band’s name, which honors the purity of acoustic instruments and the gorgeous music a skilled artist can coax out of just simple wood and wire.
The Austin-based band’s self-titled debut album released this year is an engaging collection of music that is deeply rooted in bluegrass traditions, although the members themselves draw upon country and Americana and listen to everything from Doc Watson to Led Zeppelin.
The Mellows will rock and roll you, but just enough to have a great time. No hard stuff but the best of the grooves - including your favorites and some really good original tunes. Come Monday, you'll be singing their songs and wanting more Mellows!
The Mix'n Matches are local musicians who really know their jazz! They play the standards you love plus some jazzy renditions of pop favorites. You'll be tapping your toes, sipping your drink and smiling. Let us take care of you!
Austin jazz-grass band MilkDrive features award-winning instrumentalists Brian Beken on fiddle and lead vocals, Noah Jeffries on guitar and harmony vocals, Dennis Ludiker on mandolin and harmony vocals, and Jesse Dalton on double bass. But awards reveal nothing about the Austin string band’s exhilarating sound. Fueled by equal parts tradition and innovation, MilkDrive delivers a distinctive acoustic experience that crosses genres, geographies, and generations.
Prepare yourself for a night of impeccable musicianship and some of the best songwriting in Texas.
You may have seen Michael O'Connor in Nacogdoches before, he has played The Liberty Bell, Pickin In Nac concert series, and at Pineknot Music Cooperative. O’Connor happily spent most of the last decade devoting more time to sideman gigs than on his solo career. But with the release of Devil Stole the Moon and the recent release of Bloodshot Vagabond, this seasoned songwriter has taken center stage. Don't miss this appearance with Austin-based musician Jeff Plankenhorn.
Plankenhorn, or “Plank” as he is known, has found a way to blend the soulful vocals of the church, Motown, and funk singers that dominated his speakers as a youth with the bluegrass he studied while living in Nashville and the lyrically driven feel of the songwriters he has performed with since moving to Austin into an intoxicating sound that spans them all. In Texas there is high demand for his talents, and he began adding to a resume that includes appearances on records by such luminaries as Joe Ely, Ray Wylie, Slaid Cleaves, Eliza Gilkyson, Jimmy Lafave and many more.
"...has the big four: tone, taste, groove and grit. He’s cool.” - Ray Wylie Hubbard on Michael O'Connor
“Like myself, JP cut his teeth playing with some world-class songwriters…now that he is stepping out on his own, all that work shows and shines; with a voice like a bearded angel and some of the best guitar playing in the Western Hemisphere, he performs songs of depth and weight that belies his age.”
-Jon Dee Graham, Texas songwriting legend