Happy Hour 3 - 6 PM Sun – Thurs in W101
Want to catch the big game? In the mood to laugh out loud? You'll find it all inside The Mill's cool nightspot, Warehouse 101. With nightly entertainment, seven giant plasma screen TVs, a tempting menu and 20 microbrews on tap, it's your place to play at the end of the day.
Take a mid-week break and come join us for some laughs at Warehouse 101. Every Wednesday, in addition to serving great food and drinks, we feature new comedians who are sure to make you laugh. Two FREE hilarious shows start at 7 pm and 9 pm. Join us this week and check it out!
Friday & Saturday night, Warehouse 101 is live! That's right, get your groove on and dance the night away to live music each night or stop in for a cool drink, great food and conversation. (2 Drink minimum during live entertainment.)
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Live entertainment is tentative and subject to change without notice.
Richie Stratton is one of the funniest fresh faces in comedy. After winning a number of contests in Portland, he has been working on the road ever since. He just finished the “Just Another Hangover Tour” in which he did 16 states in 4 months. Richie combines universally funny views on life, hilarious characters, and an infectious energy, all while tight ropewalking on the edge. You'll have no idea what Richie will say next, but you're sure to enjoy it. His youthful look and innocent persona will be shattered the minute he opens his mouth. Richie Stratton is a traditional stand-up comedian that defies convention.
Formed in 1990 one of the most versatile bands around with a high degree of musicianship and professionalism.
NEW YEARS EVE!
Since their first meeting in elementary school in Manchester, England, the 4-members of Toyz knew they were destined for Rock-N-Roll infamy. They first broke into the rock scene in 1991 with their debut album, "Toejam--Something Smells Like Little Feet." The band then released their latest album Llamapalooza Live 2007, which layers Kevin Mason's melodramatic vocal work with bassist Alex Arguinzoni's astute, pro-llama political commentary, along with Vinnie Cavarra's crowd-pleasing, knee-pad driven, amp turned to 11 power chords. They evoke a genre that literally defines, and yet defies, album rock.