New restaurant at Clyde Theater now open for dinner; more coming

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A restaurant and bar at the renovated Clyde Theater will offer a new dining experience in a contemporary

setting.

The Club Room at The Clyde will provide lunch, dinner, late night and Sunday brunch options, cocktails and live entertainment. Located at 1806 Bluffton Road, The Club Room features a relaxed atmosphere in a newly-remodeled space designed to celebrate art, food, and live music. In addition to dining room seating and a full-service bar, The

Club Room also has a stage area for patrons to enjoy live entertainment on a regular basis.

The Clyde opened in 1951 as a movie theater and closed in 1994. With funding from Sweetwater founder Chuck Surack and his wife Lisa and additional support from other community partners, it underwent a complete renovation and opened as a state-of-the art music venue in May of 2018. Since then, it’s hosted more than 70 acts, including Brothers Osborne, Los Lobos, Ricky Skaggs and Flaming Lips.

“The Clyde has become known as a world-class facility, both by the artists who perform there and the audiences that take in a show,” Surack said in a statement. “The addition of The Club Room is a way for us to add to that experience. Not only is it a great place to grab dinner or a drink before or after a concert, but it’s also a place to gather with family and friends for a weeknight meal or Sunday brunch.”

The Club Room is currently open for dinner Monday through Saturday. A lunch menu will be added starting Monday, April 8. Sunday brunch and dinner hours begin May 5.

“Our goal is simple. We want to create a warm, welcoming place where people can enjoy a wonderful meal and drinks, thoughtful, attentive service, and live entertainment,” Clyde Executive Director Gregg Coyle stated. “We’re excited that long-time local chef Brady Smith and restaurant manager Holly King have joined our team, bringing their years of experience in the hospitality industry to The Club Room.”

The Clyde features a 21,000 square foot main performance hall, 10,400 square foot lobby, plus a second floor VIP gallery with box seating. Artist amenities include 7,000 square feet of dressing rooms, a stage extension and backstage production loading docks. For more information visit www.clydetheatre.com.

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