Roslyn makes Thyme for music and food
January 15, 2014 by Max
Thyme, the restaurant in Roslyn, New York is now expanding on its concert nights. The restaurant already hosts live artists every Friday and Saturday night, but now it will be adding performances every Wednesday night as well.
On top of this, the restaurant will be making Wednesday a burger night and creating a special menu for the evening. Usually featuring gourmet foods, the menu will specialize in hamburgers, although other dishes will be available as well. To cap it all off, the restaurant will be offering draft beer specials to go with the burgers as well.
The performances are mostly done by local artists. Some of the performers from the Friday and Saturday night concerts include Mark Bateman, Robert Raff, and John “Big Daddy” Struck. The music brings a welcome addition to the dining experience and makes Thyme a unique place to have a meal.
The promoters for the restaurant may want to use printing companies to help with their advertising for these events. Handing out flyers in nearby towns like Glen Cove or Port Washington is a good way to bring in more customers. The musicians might also have mailing lists for their fans, and creating postcards to send to them would be another good way to advertise for the concerts.
The Friday and Saturday night shows run from 7:00 pm to 11:00. For those more interested in the Wednesday night musical performances and burger specials, these run from 6:30 pm to 9:30.