FAQ

A: Maybe.  Check out our booking page and send us your idea: Event Booking

A: Masks are encouraged but not required for events at B side.  Our staff will be masked and will take precautionary measures to ensure that patrons can enjoy a safe and clean environment while at the club.

Some events may have additional safety and health protocols implemented at the request of the performers.  These policies are subject to change with current public health conditions and as guidance is reevaluated.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.

A: We’re located at the corner of Coventry and Euclid Heights Blvd. in Cleveland Heights. Right under the famous Grog Shop!

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A: Yes. EMPHATICALLY yes, in fact. We’re at the southern end of a historical business/hangout district, and there are plentiful cool shops and restaurants. From sports bars and sandwich shops to upscale dining and wine bars to locally-owned coffee and pizza slice places to like 3 or 4 AMAZING Asian restaurants, whatever you might want to eat (vegan and gluten-free included!) is readily available within walking distance. And pretty much every kind of boutique, used book shop, antique shop or record store is on the strip too. For far more details than we can effectively provide here, check out the Coventry Village website.

A: Our list is kind of huge, and it changes too much to make it worth the trouble to post it and keep it updated. Sorry, that’s just real. We stock the usual round of domestics, popular imports, local brews and micros, plus seasonals and a deeper micro and import selection for the adventurous. We’ve never in our history heard complaints about our beer selection being insufficient.

A: All the parking in the Coventry district is street parking or in metered lots, so keep that in mind when you’re deciding whether to ride your bike here or drive your 27 foot RV. After 6, street parking is free, but if you’re going to park in a lot, you’ll need quarters. The Cleveland Heights Police are vigilant about ticketing, so you need to be vigilant about your meter being sufficiently fed.