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After Hours, May 11

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Friday, May 11, 2018

5TH STREET DISTILLERY AND ANNEX: 120 and 122 E. Fifth St. 757-3034.

A.J. MCMURPHY’S: 1914 Turnbury Drive. 355-7956. Today: John, JB and Pam. Saturday: Bill Lyerly. Sunday: Maci K and Comany.  Monday: Cards Against Humanity. Wednesday: Sports trivia. May 19: Idlewood South. 

BLACKBEARD COFFEE ROASTERS: 203 E 5th St. 565-8312. 

THE BLACKENED KRACKEN: 123 E. Fifth St. 215-8822. 

BUCCANEER MUSIC HALL: 2120 E. Fire Tower Road. 756-5505. Today: Eli Craig Band. Saturday: Georgia Thunderbolts. May 18: Jonathan Parker Band. May 19: Matt Rogers. 

THE BUCK WILD TAVERN: Community Square, Memorial Drive by PCC. 355-4149.

BUFFALO WILD WINGS: 426-N E. Arlington Blvd. 758-9191.

CAROLINA ALE HOUSE: 704 S.E. Greenville Blvd. 317-0005.

CHICO’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT: 521 Cotanche St., 757-1666.

CHRISTY’S EURO PUB: 301 S. Jarvis St. 758-2774. Tuesday: Open mic night. Sunday: McKenzie Shelton. May 18: New Belgium Summer Kick Off Party. 

CLUB 519: 519 Cotanche St. 752-4313. Sunday-Saturday: DJ. Doors open at 9 p.m.

CPW’S: Stanton Square, 2422 Stantonsburg Road, 757-7756. Sunday: Live jazz quartet.

CRAVE: 409 Evans St. 413-0087. Today: Salsa dance. 

CROSSBONES TAVERN: 114 E. Fifth St. 364-2367. 

FIRE AMERICAN TAVERN: 113 E. Fifth St. 565-7333. Monday: Poker night. Tuesday: Trivia. Wednesday: Karaoke. Thursday: Open mic night.

HOOTERS: 316 S.W. Greenville Blvd. 353-5995.

JACK’S TAVERN @ FIDDLER’S GREEN: 712 River Road, Washington, N.C. 940-5300.

J.J.’S COUNTRY STORE AND TAVERN: 1330 N.C. 903 North, Stokes. 757-2421.

MAC BILLIARDS: 517 Cotanche St. 752-6728. Pool hall.

MAZATLAN MEXICAN RESTAURANT: 101 Eastbrook Drive. 551-3190.

MELLOW MUSHROOM: 2020 Charles Blvd. 565-8220.

MOE’S SOUTHWEST GRILL: 610-B Red Banks Road. 353-6637. 

THE OTHER PLACE: 207 E. Fifth St. 375-4467.

PITT STREET BREWING COMPANY: 630 S. Pitt St. Today: Gen-X. Saturday: Little Stranger. Monday: Team Trivia Night.  Wednesday: Comedy open mic. May 18: Ben Sutton Duo. May 19: Jessica Hudson and Friends.  

PLANK ROAD STEAKHOUSE: 3689 E. Wilson St., Farmville. 753-3535. 

PLAYER’S RETREAT: 1631 Pactolus Road. 758-0006. Today, Sunday, Tuesday: Pool tournaments. Saturday: Latino night. Monday: Free pool. Wednesday: Bowling. Thursday: Dart tournament.

POUR HAUS PUB: 3746 S. Main St., Farmville. 753-7687.

PROFESSOR O’COOLS: 605 S.E. Greenville Blvd. 355-2946.  Tuesday: Team trivia. Wednesday: Singo (song bingo). Thursday: World Tavern Poker.

R.A. FOUNTAIN: 6754 E. Wilson St., Fountain. 749-3228. Today: Russ Varnell and Too Country, with the Hemlock Bluff Cloggers. May 18: Chatham Rabbits.

RIBEYES: 1909-A Fire Tower Road. 756-5866. Thursday: Live music.

RUCKER JOHN’S: 4001 S. Memorial Drive. 215-0011.

STARLIGHT CAFE: 104 W. Fifth St. 707-9033. Today: Jazz, featuring Quincy Jones.

STILL LIFE: 511 Cotanche St. DJ. Doors open at 9 p.m.

TAPPED: 650 E. Fire Tower Road, Winterville. 689-6455. 

TAVERN ON 4TH STREET: 110 E. Fourth St. Doors open at 10 p.m. 

TIE BREAKERS: 1920 Smythewyck Drive. 439-0555. Saturday: Karaoke. Wednesday: Shagging. 

TROLLINGWOOD TAPROOM & BREWERY: 707 Dickinson Ave. 210-6295. Today: Noelle Smith. Saturday: Mama’s Brats; Tyler Davis. Sunday: Reggae Sunday. May 19: Boy Legs and Friends.

UPTOWN BREWING COMPANY: 418 Evans St. 671-2633. Today: Lucy Iris. Saturday: The Speculations. May 18: David and Kassidy Blount. May 19: Tyler Davis.

UNION ALLEY COFFEEHOUSE: 158 W. Main St., Washington, N.C. 975-2223.

VILLEDGE: 207 S.W. Greenville Blvd. 355-9500.

WIMPIE’S STEAM BAR & GRILL: 206 Main St., Winterville. 355-4220. 

WINSLOW’S: 120 W. Fifth St. 364-8921. Saturday: Josh Branch. May 18: DJ Eddie. 

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