For world class live music, New Orleans inspired cooking, and that laid back Big Easy vibe, there's only one place in Washington DC to go. Located at 2519 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, just steps from the Foggy Bottom metro, Bayou brings together the award winning cuisine of executive chef Rusty Holman, hand crafted New Orleans cocktails, and a rotating line-up of both local and national recording artists. With two funky floors of dining and dancing, Bayou suits any occasion.
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The Tortious Tones
Wednesday, April 1st at 9:00pm
A cover band made up of Catholic University law students, the Tortious Tones' eclectic repertoire runs the gamut from the classic sounds of Springsteen to the more modern music of Daft Punk.
Free admission with an option to buy a $5 wristband for all night drink specials. Proceeds to benefit pro bono legal work in New Orleans.
Friday April 3rd at 10:30pm
Garnering favorable comparisons to the Eagles and Tom Petty, Old Moonlight plays feel-good, melody driven music with energy, precision and soul.
The Southern Belles
Saturday, April 4th at 10:30pm
Imagine a hybrid of The Drive-By Truckers' heavy southern rock and Frank Zappa's eclectic song crafting and you'll begin to understand what this promising young band is all about. Honky-tonk, electric bluegrass, and psychedelic rock get together and throw a party when the Southern Belles take the stage