Josie Wu Translated by Clint Munkholm
As is the case in New York, there is no big sign
outside The Living Room, which is located in an
old building. After pushing open the wooden door
behind the burgundy curtain, you can see warm
lights and seats.
Wall, the casually-dressed owned, will sometimes
put on a waiter's apron and warmly assist the
customers, running around the whole place as if
he were serving guests in his own living room.
Who needs magnificent decorations or luxurious
artworks? In a genuine environment will you find
some unique characteristics: This is The Living
it has been a while since he played the saxophone
in public, Corbett Wall is still fond of music.
The careful arrangement of The Living Room's shows
reflects his passion for music. "Music is
for fun!" he says. At The Living Room, you
not only enjoy the music, but also associate with
others. Wall delights in seeing everyone "making
friends through music" in The Living Room.
gigs here are not only on the weekends. On Tuesdays,
you can hear Greg Tackett's solo Spanish guitar
performances, which feature flamenco and blues.
Wednesdays is Hip Hop, while Thursdays feature
exciting jam sessions. No matter whether you are
a person of talent or simply just want to have
some fun, you can always enjoy yourself a lot
and Saturdays feature bands or DJs. You can hear
good music all night, every night. Whatever the
case, if you want to relax and have some fun,
The Living Room is a good place to visit. For
the latest performance schedule, you can check
out from their website.
food and drinks, you'll find no written menus
in The Living Room. Just go ahead and tell the
staff what you'd like; chef Mia can always cook
something amazing. The pig's ankles, roasted chicken,
and spaghetti dishes are unforgettable.