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Apr-04-2008 16:58printcommentsVideo

Maverick's Fills Live Entertainment Void for Salem (VIDEO)

One Salem restaurant and lounge offers the full package for people who want to have a steak and enjoy an evening of music.

Bill Lyles from Mavericks
Bill Lyles from Mavericks with Bonnie King from Salem-News.com

(SALEM, Ore.) - The people behind Mavericks Restaurant in Salem say it is a great gathering place for family, friends and business associates. The venue is non-smoking and kid-friendly until 9:00 PM, and they serve from-scratch breakfasts, lunches and dinners.

Mavericks has live entertainment every Friday and Saturday night, some Thursdays as well. They also have in-house dining specials throughout the month.

In April the facility launches two new services: Delivered Business Box-Lunches and Event Catering, says owner Angie Lyles.

"We host in-house events such as banquets, workshops or meetings and we’ll work with you to create a menu design that fits your vision and budget. Catering options include on-site, pick-up or delivery. Check with our GM, Shelley, for a full list of services currently offered."

She says they also have a new menu offering – Garden Patties. "All of our regular sized hamburgers can be substituted with a garden patty, just ask! We also recently introduced 'Whopper Wednesdays' with HUGE items at 'pint-sized' prices – every Wednesday from 5:00 - 9:00 PM."

Lyles says that if you haven't found Maverick's yet they’re located at 3981 Commercial Street SE (in the same parking lot as the Northern Lights Theatre and Sharkey’s) – the cross street is Browning Avenue. They open Mon-Fri at 11:00 AM and Sat-Sun at 8:00 AM.

Maverick's offers full menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We’re kid friendly until 9:00 PM, non-smoking, wired for WI-FI and have a beautiful facility for parties, meetings, banquets or receptions with a 42’ dance hard wood dance floor.

Remember to check their entertainment calendar for the next few weeks, it is located below the special Salem-News.com Business Video Report on Mavericks by Bonnie King

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Stop by or give them a call at 503-581-2500 if you'd like more information. Here are some of the fun events scheduled already at Maverick's:

Entertainment

  • Every Monday & Tuesday evenings: Texas Hold'em, 7:00 - 10:00 PM
  • Friday, April 4th: Lisa Mann Trio with bluesy jazz, 9:00 PM - Midnight
  • Saturday, April 5th: Sonny Hess (of the Sonny Hess Trio) and David D (of the band Triple Creek) perform with a live recording, from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM.
  • Friday, April 11th: Sonny Hess Trio, classic soft rock & blues, from 9:00 PM - midnight
  • Sat, April 12th: Jim Pfau sings silky smooth baby boomer classics with acoustic guitar, from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM.
  • Fri, April 18th: Router Heads, classic rock & roll, from 9:00 PM - midnight
  • Sat, April 19th: Bruce Allen, classic soft rock & blues, from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM
  • Fri April 25th, Flextones, rock & roll, from 9:00 PM - midnight
  • Sat, April 26th: Mark Seymour with silky smooth baby boomer classics.
  • Fri, May 2nd: Triple Creek, classic rock & blues, from 9:00 PM - midnight
  • Sat, May 3rd: Terry Bay with classic soft baby boomer classics and blues, from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM.
  • Fri, May 9th: Ivie Meziere Trio, classic rock & blues, from 9:00 PM - midnight
  • Sat, May 10: Kevin Asman, classic soft rock & blues, from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM
  • Fri, May 16: Cher and the B-Siders, classic rock & roll/blues, from 9:00 PM - midnight
  • Sat, May 17: David D (of Triple Creek) with classic soft rock/blues mix, from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM
  • Fri, May 23: Sonny Hess with Rae Gordon, classic soft rock & blues, from 9:00 PM - midnight
  • Sat, May 24: Mark Seymour with Silky smooth baby boomer classics & acoustic guitar, from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM
  • Fri, May 30: Under Cover Band, rock & roll, 9:00 PM - midnight on Saturday, May 31st: Captain Banks, classic baby boomer tunes & blues, from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM




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Vic April 6, 2008 4:12 pm (Pacific time)

Well ...there is a lot of good newer music that isnt hip-hop (which I do not care for).I am not necessarily talking about metal either. Music like Flyleaf..Sevendust..Sum 41 ..The Vines ...there is a lot of good music that isnt just gangster rap. Navymom..check out Flyleaf's "Fully Alive" ..bet youll like it.


Navymom April 6, 2008 8:09 am (Pacific time)

Vic, what do you want? Hip Hop? Geez, I am 57 and even though hip hop may have that pulsating beat, the words suck! I still prefer country western, classic rock, and blues. That is music you can sing to and dance to.


Vic April 5, 2008 10:05 am (Pacific time)

I was excited about this till I read the music line-up. ...old music for old people. I am 51 myself, but am damn tired of having nothing in this area but blues and "classic" rock. Are we all really that tired and burnt out? Im not. Sounds like the owners are ambitious and have some great ideas. I would challenge them to have a little more upbeat and newer music occasionally.


Mike Garcia April 4, 2008 8:54 pm (Pacific time)

Thanks for letting us know about this, finally some rock and roll in Salem!

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