Looking to grab a bite to eat and listen to live music in Herndon?
Reston Now rounded up some spots where DJs and local bands regularly take to the stage.
Breakers Sky Lounge (2445 Centreville Road)
What’s on the menu: All of the bar food favorites (wings, nachos, pot stickers), all-day breakfast, pizza, pasta, burgers and sandwiches.
Live music: Customers can listen to a live band from 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m. followed by a DJ on Saturdays There’s also karaoke Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Acoustic Mutiny, a four-person modern and classic rock band in Northern Virginia, perform on Thursdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. with an open mic.
Sully’s Pour House (754 Elden Steet, Suite 102)
What’s on the menu: Classic American bar food plus Irish fare, including corned beef and cabbage, chicken pot pie and fish and chips.
Live music: A live band plays every Friday night. Huntley, a pop and blues singer, is set to perform on Friday (April 5), according to Sully’s Facebook page.
Amphora Restaurant and Diner (1151 Elden Street)
What’s on the menu: A wide range of American diner food.
Live music: The Folk Club of Reston/Herndon frequents the diner every Tuesday night at 7:15 p.m. with live music and an open mic. Their performances have a suggested $10 donation for members and $11 for nonmembers.
Ned’s Irish Sports Pub (2465 Centerville Road)
What’s on the menu: American and Irish dishes.
Live music: The pub has karaoke on Tuesdays, country line dancing on Thursdays and DJ HyRyze on Saturdays. Events and live music fill up its Friday nights. Washington DC-based rock band JunkFood is set to perform on Friday (April 5) starting at 10 p.m.
Jimmy’s Old Town Tavern (697 Spring Street)
What’s on the menu: Mostly sandwiches, seafood and steaks.
Live music: Open mic night is Wednesdays, which features local live bands and musicians. Diners can enjoy a DJ and dancing on Fridays and Saturdays. Live bands and DJs also perform on Thursdays. Rock cover band Rescue Squad is set to perform at 8:30 p.m. next Thursday (April 11) as part of a Feline Foundation of Greater Washington fundraiser.
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