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Valentines Weekend Romance and Fun at the Columbia Bar & Grille

Beginning this Friday, the Columbia Bar & Grille will be hosting a number of different events to give you a chance to spoil your loved ones.
The weekend starts off Friday the 10th with a live performance by singer-songwriter Charlene Grater performing Upstairs at the Columbia from 8pm to 11pm.

For a romantic dinner, join us with the cool sounds of Hidden Treasure on Saturday the 11th, performing from 8pm to 11pm.

The Romance continues on Sunday the 12th, with our Valentine Jazz Brunch from 11 am to 3pm with special guest artists the Jason Newman Duo. Buffet at $23.95 per person.

On the Day of Romance, the 14th, enjoy a quiet romantic dinner with us Upstairs at the Columbia with our resident pianist Dale McCauley performing from 6pm to 9pm.

If you miss all the fun this coming weekend join us next weekend for a performance by Matt Chechetti in our Main Bar from 9pm - midnight.

Kick up your heels and dance the night away at our Dance party on the 18th from 8pm to 12 midnight with DJ Charles.

As always please visit our website at www.columbiabarandgrille.com for more exciting events coming in the Spring of 2012.

Weekly Specials

Stop in to the Bar for our Happy Hour Tuesday thru Saturday from 4pm to 6:30pm. Drink Specials and enjoy our new Bar Bites Menu.

Tuesdays – purchase 1 appetizer receive the 2nd ½ price
Thursdays – Buck a Shuck Oysters
Fridays – Complimentary cup of soup du jour with Lunch
Saturdays – Our famous Columbia Burgers ½ price
Sundays – ½ price on select wines from our wine list

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