Relax by the fireplace and experience the fine cuisine in the Dining Room at the Stockade Inn. Our elegant, yet comfortable fine dining restaurant specializes in American cuisine with Tuscan influences. Be it for an intimate dinner or business meeting the dining room is the ideal place for an unforgettable experience.View Restaurant Photos
Lounge: Tuesday & Wednesday 5 pm - 9pm, Thursday through Saturday 5pm - 10pm (Closed Monday)
Dinner: Thursday through Saturday 5pm - 9pm (Closed Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday)
Sunday Menu Brunch: 10am - 2pm (Last Seating 1:30 pm)
Relax and enjoy our newly redecorated lounge. Our Lounge Menu proudly features gourmet lounge fare, martinis, dessert, coffee, and glass wine selections to enjoy at your leisure. Visit our Lounge to enjoy an excellent meal in a setting that will make you feel like you're in a different world. The Lounge offers live jazz every Wednesday from 6 to 9 PM and Thursday from 7 to 10 PM. We also offer Happy Hour Specials Tuesday through Friday from 4 to 6 PM.
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South Africa's HA!Man (Francois le Roux), who has brought spontaneous music making to many stages around the world, joins with Belgian poet and actress Joke Debaere in an intense journey of feeling, imagination and fun. Cello, voice, sounds and words, electronic tracks, movement and visuals combine in a creative flow that always surprises, yet remain accessible for anyone with an open mind. The HA!Show can hardly be described, as it refuses to be boxed in. However, thousands, over two decades, can attest to it that the experience cuts right to the heart, leaving lasting memories and deep inspiration.
Pat has been singing and entertaining since he was 14 years old. Like his predecessor Mel Torme before him Pat started out as a drummer with various bands but eventually became more interested in singing. He studied voice with vocal coach, Dorothy Dreslin who helped him develop as a singer. Pat began singing and then leading his groups in various night clubs, private parties, and TV appearances. Pat has often been compared to Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and more often Mel Torme. He sings Jazz, Pop, and The Standards.