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Dinner & Show: Off-Off-Off-Broadway
September 3, 2021 @ 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm
**PLEASE NOTE that a Green Pass or vaccine card is required for entry to the restaurant and cabaret club.**
Full Up Cabaret Club. Dress to impress. Ring the doorbell. Come down stairs and enjoy all the spoils of great drinks and entertainment!
Friday Night Cabaret: Off-Off-Off-Broadway
Off-Off-Broadway began as an anti-commercial, experimental or avant-garde movement of drama and theatre. At Full Up Club we are Off-Off-Off! Our small and intimate club with only 30 seats, is the perfect place for performers of all kinds whether dancers, musicians, or even magicians or theatre to bring our stage to life.
Fridays are undefined. Avantgarde and unknown. There will always be music. There will almost always be a little taste of Burlesque. There will most certianly be entertainment. It will most likely be a tad risque!
Dinner & Show from 7:30pm
Indulge in a four course meal (appetizer, first, main, dessert, wine*, water & coffee) in our exclusive restaurant which offers a small, intimate environment decorated in eclectic Tuscan style. The restaurant holds a maximum of 20 guests.
Your dessert and coffee will be served downstairs in our Speakeasy Cabaret Club where you will have a reserved table to watch the show.
Just the Show from 9:00pm
Speakeasy Cabaret shows start at 10pm and last between 1 to 1.5 hours.
Our expert bartenders have put together a cocktail list inspired by the 1920s as well as a comprehensive wine and spirits list.
Doors open at 9:00pm. Please make sure that you arrive by 9:45pm for the show to start at 10:00pm.
Note: Full Up Club has a dress code. Please dress appropriately, smart/cocktail attire. No flip flops or casual sandals such as Birkenstock’s, work boots, Ugg’s, torn or ripped jeans, ball caps/sports attire, or shorts allowed.
You may be requested to show identification at the door. Full Up Club is strictly 18 years and over.
Your table in the Speakeasy is reserved until midnight. Dinner includes one bottle of wine for every four people.