Like a monarch of old, Dave Delzio fills his court with music, drink, and good food. Only instead of the sweet sounds of the dulcimer, his hall resonates with the powerful hum of the electric guitar or beats spun by skilled DJs. This music industry veteran outfitted his venue specifically to cater to local and national acts, with a 24-foot modular stage, McCauley and Turbosound speakers, full-spectrum stage-lighting, and a whole array of materials on hand to help them put on a great show. Judging by Tammany Hall's packed calendar, it's a pretty enticing offer.
Of course, Delzio runs his bar for music lovers as well. From the comfort of banquet-style seating, guests sip craft cocktails or head to the bar for microbrews stored in a refurbished antique icebox dating back to 1907, the same year ice was first invented. And, to ensure empty stomachs don't ruin the revelry, Tammany Hall's kitchen also churns out a menu of American comfort foods such as sliders and quesadillas.