Update: The Dark Room Announces New Summer Hours And Programs

By Katie Davis
In Culture
The Dark Room

The Dark Room in St. Louis. Photo courtesy of The Dark Room.

The unusual, and continually thought-provoking, wine-and-arts venue The Dark Room recently announced its new programming and hours for the 2014 summer season. The Dark Room celebrates life and the arts in Grand Center and welcomes visitors to sample artisanal wines from around the world while admiring photography, enjoying music and much more.

The Dark Room’s new summer schedule begins on May 31; find the list of new programs and events below.

Wine Flight Wednesdays – On Wednesdays during the summer, guests can enjoy wine flights for only $15.

First Thursdays – Every first Thursday of the month features FarFetched’s “Depth of Field,” a unique innovation that combines classic ideas and music with electronica and more contemporary styles. Combinations will include a show by UMSL percussion professor Matt Henry and jazz-electronica musician/producer Abnormal.

Third Thursdays – On the third Thursday of each month through Aug. 21, experience the St. Lou Fringe Takeover with unusual artistic productions at The Dark Room. Expect to see theatrical productions from Zip the Clown, who portrays eccentric comedy, a break dancing team, site-specific micro-performances and much more.

Fridays – Each Friday throughout the summer, Nappy DJ Needles will spin some tunes and create a more party-like atmosphere in the space with the “JazzyPhatNappy” series.

Summer hours:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 3pm – 11pm
Wednesday: 3pm – 11pm
Thursday: 3pm – 11pm
Friday: 3pm – 1am
Saturday: 12pm – 1am
Sunday: 12pm – 11pm

Happy Hour Schedule

Tuesday-Friday: 3pm – 6pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12pm – 5pm

Food Specials

$6 flatbreads, $5 house wine, $4 local beer including 4Hands and Schlafly, $3 dips
(Those who purchase art receive a complimentary bottle of wine)

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