Want to catch the big game? In the mood to laugh out loud? You'll find it all inside The Mill's cool nightspot, Warehouse 101. With nightly entertainment, seven giant plasma screen TVs, a tempting menu and 20 microbrews on tap, it's your place to play at the end of the day.
Take a mid-week break and come join us for some laughs at Warehouse 101. Every Wednesday, in addition to serving great food and drinks, we feature new comedians who are sure to make you laugh. Two FREE hilarious shows start at 7 pm and 9 pm. Join us this week and check it out!
Friday & Saturday night, Warehouse 101 is live! That's right, get your groove on and dance the night away to live music each night or stop in for a cool drink, great food and conversation.
2 Drink minimum during live entertainment.(Non-alcoholic drinks or food applies)
Open Monday - Saturday: 11 am - 2 am
Sunday: 10 am - 2 am
Live entertainment is tentative and subject to change without notice.
Since their first meeting in elementary school in Manchester, England, the four members of Toyz knew they were destined for Rock-N-Roll infamy. They first broke into the rock scene in 1991 with their debut album, "Toejam--Something Smells Like Little Feet." The band then released their latest album Llamapalooza Live 2007, which layers Kevin Mason's melodramatic vocal work with bassist Alex Arguinzoni's astute, pro-llama political commentary, along with Vinnie Cavarra's crowd-pleasing, knee-pad driven, amp turned to 11 power chords. They evoke a genre that literally defines, and yet defies, album rock.
The Koz is a popular Northwest rock act specializing in accurately reproducing the big sound of the classic bands, which dominated the concert stages of the 80’s and 90’s. With their vocal harmonies and instrumentation there are no limits to the music they are able to cover. The Koz covers many popular groups like: Night Ranger, Journey, Cars, Rush, Boston, Loverboy, Styx, Van Halen, Def Leppard, REO, Alan Parsons, Supertramp, Foreigner, Beatles, and many many more!
Born In Israel, Roy had your average beginning. Then, as if the confusion of his roots wouldn’t eventually turn this little fella into a skewed man, his parents pulled a mean trick…deciding to raise him in Kentucky. Pursuing the profession of Stand-up Comedy was only inevitable.
Whether it’s making fun of his height (5’2), tackling personal issues, slamming an analytical magnifying glass on world events and society in general, or sharing a story from his travels – Roy’s comedy is live, direct, and playfully honest.
Fan’s rave of his wit, and all who have seen him appreciate his will to speak his mind. Though he often leads his audience to the very edge, he shows great tact in realizing where it is and attempts to tread past the threshold only when necessary and never for the cheap, yet often sought-after “shock value” laugh. His set material focuses on self-deprecation, hypocrisy in politics (is that redundant?), double standards in culture, and his ability for story telling of topics that all audience members can enjoy. Not only will Roy’s show have you doubled over with laughter, but it will also undoubtedly move you to thought and reason. No, really…
Enjoy Live Music and Dancing Friday and Saturday nights! Listen to Classic Rock from FROWN SQUAD.
Judy Cianciotto is a veteran to the Stand-Up Comedy World, Her first TV appearance was on Lifetime Television "Girls Night Out" performing with Kathy Griffin, and Patty Davis the rebellious daughter of the late President Ronald Regan who was hosting the show. She has been seen on Comedy Central, "Ladies Rascal Comedy Hour". New Jersey Cable Television Show "The 12th Hour", Judy was one of the Sketch Comedy Writers and Performers. Judy has also been seen on several commercials, one that got her into SAG, was her national Miller Lite Commercial. She also was voted into the NBC taping 3rd level, of "Last Comic Standing." She has also co-produced and performed in the DVD "Naughty Nine Girls of Comedy", Produced by the famous Stuart Shapiro know for his first DVD, "The Dirtiest Dozen", with Tim Allen and and Drew Carry.
Done Deal started in 2011, however its members have been playing and performing locally and all over the state and beyond for years. Done Deals' years of experience allow them to not only play the rock songs everyone loves but also know how to lay down great feeling grooves that call out, "C’mon out and Dance!" Rounding out this quartet is Anthony Pescatore on guitar and vocals. His years of experience playing all types of music and techniques will leave the crowd feeling like they are watching their favorite guitar heroes. Done Deal's mission is to give the customer the choice of sitting and enjoying the hits of the past and present or driving the beat that inspires them to dance the night away.