The official Grand Opening party at Hall of Records (3342 SE Belmont) takes place Saturday, September 18 2010 from 2pm until Midnight!
The celebration features DJs all day, vinyl and gift certificate raffles, food samples, discounts, giveaways and more!
Hall of Records is a boutique vinyl shop, cafe & bar specializing in soul, funk, jazz, latin, hip hop, deep funk and rare groove records. It is a social environment to listen, share and discover new music, with listening stations, open turntables and beer & wine.
Hall of Records already had its soft opening, so stop by before Saturday too. Hours are 11am until 10pm on Sunday and Monday, 11am to 11pm Tuesday through Thursday, and 11am until 1am on Friday and Saturday.
There are specials throughout the week (and every week!):
- Monday – 1/2 Price Sandwich Nite 6pm until close
- Tuesday – Pint Nite! $3 local drafts from 6pm until close
- Wednesday-Friday – Happy Hour 5pm until 7pm – $1 off beer and wine
- Sunday Funday – Happy Hour all day, plus $4 Gerry’s
Heather and I stopped by Sunday during the Belmont Street Fair and snapped some pictures.
The storefront – the right side of what used to be It’s A Beautiful Pizza.
Justin and Katie manning the bar.
Dameian is the third partner in this venture – that’s him behind the bar.
Make sure to check the specials board when you arrive. [Why yes, that is Moon Dog!]
A sample of what’s in store in the bins.
The DJ booth and record store take up one corner of the space. Browse and listen to records (there are a couple listening stations available) while enjoying your beer – genius!
See you Saturday!