The chill in the air is bringing folks into Uncorked, Livingston’s only wine bar, to enjoy heartier red vintages and craft beers. They’re also enjoying the evening specials including hearty homemade mushroom soup, tomato tarts, hot fresh sandwiches of ham or turkey with melted cheese and the return of fondue! Each week features a different selection of domestic and imported cheeses and is served at your table in a sharable porcelain heated server to enjoy by yourself, with a friend or the whole table.
Plans are underway to bring some special events to Uncorked this season; watch this space to stay on top of plans to make the shorter nights of fall and winter full of fun and connection at Uncorked. Fridays are always live music nights, and this month brings two favorites back to the stage.
Friday, October 20
Virginia Warner with Switchback Jane
Virginia Warner is a singer/songwriter with a passion for Delta blues. Her performances showcase both original material and traditional, finger style blues songs, fueled by the powerful mojo of a vintage Gretsch archtop guitar with a neck like a baseball bat. She’s been performing in taverns and at music festivals throughout the greater Yellowstone area since the early 1990s. Switchback Jane is her new trio featuring Katherine Dunlap and Deb Guernsey and pack the place each time they perform.
Friday, October 27
Southwest Montana’s eclectic Klezmer band offers Eastern European folk music with a Western edge. Where the Old World meets the New West, they play howlin’ good music. The Coyote Gypsies duo: Mark Schlenz, violin and Jane Freeburg, accordion with guitar, bass and percussion.