Centrally located just steps from the lobby, Compass Grill & Bar is the place to gather for a refreshing cocktail, casual intimate dinner or an exquisite glass of wine. Featuring a tapas style menu where sharing is encouraged, the menu highlights locally sourced ingredients.
Sunday – Thursday: 4pm – 11pm
Fridays & Saturdays: 3pm – 12am
Live music every Friday & Saturday 8:30pm – close!
Settle in, relax and unwind with live music every Friday and Saturday in Compass Grill & Bar. Featuring local talent like Kenny Munshaw, Mike Degazio, Tobin Spring and many more.
Papa John – March 2, April 27
Tobin Spring – March 10 & 16, April 6 & 20
Mike Degazio – March 3 & 24, April 14
Pulling Strings – March 9, 23 &31
Kenny Munshaw – March 17 & 30
Karla Crawford – April 7 & 21
Bill Stewart – April 13 & 28
First night of a Winter Residency (Zachary will also be playing in January & February)!!
Zachary Lucky truly is the bread and butter of the massive Canadian folk scene. With an emphasis on songwrtiting and an ear for delicate arrangements – Lucky’s songs will haunt you. He is based in Saskatoon and is the grandson of Canadian country music legend Smilin’ Johnny Lucky.
Excellent timing as the beer bearing their name (I, The Mountain & The Leprechaun Flute Red IPA) drops a week earlier! Come and share some pints with the band. Sure to be a good time, and a perfect pre-party for NYE.
I, the Mountain is an alternative folk trio hailing from Peterborough, Ontario. Formed in 2012, the band recorded its acclaimed debut album, Land & Sea, in Kitchener, Ontario, an album which paved the way for much of its success. The record, released in early 2013, married raw acoustic melodies with upbeat rhythm and gentle harmonies and was immediately picked up and re-released through New York independent label Mint 400
Records. Land & Sea enjoyed a successful radio campaign across North
America with singles “Love Inside a Cage” and “Land” being played on core stations in Philadelphia, New York, and Boston. The band released their sophomore effort, entitled Two Birds, an album which, while still based steeped in folk, showcases the band’s grittier and more eclectic side.
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