We’re always on the look for high quality venues in our hometown and being a small sized city, Cambridge simply doesn’t have the choice that you’ll find in big cities like London or Manchester, or from music-centred places such as Liverpool or Leeds.
Whilst we may not have the wide range to choose from, the ones that we do have are usually very special and dArry’s certainly falls into this category. First opened in 2005, the independent restaurant has been serving fresh and local food for over 10 years and they have managed to incorporate live music into their already delicious menu.
Monday now hosts dArry’s open mic night, which are few and far between in Cambridge, opening up the stage for local musicians from 8:30 till close, whereas Friday displays live talent at the same times and Saturday has music going on from the late afternoon, 4:00 till close. If that wasn’t enough for you, happy hour runs from 3-6pm on Saturday so you can grab yourself some half-price drinks to accompany the top-rate music.
Featuring a wide variety of lively, upbeat music from across the decades, there’s something for everyone’s musical taste at dArry’s and Quite Great will be sure to make their way down to check out the local talent, as well the barrel aged Negroni- we’ve heard it’s pretty special.
If you’re a musician looking for some gigs, then go to darrys.co.uk and submit a contact form, referencing either ‘mic night’ or ‘live music’ as the subject.