WILBERTS IS OUTSTANDING!
Home of The
$3 DOMESTICS-$3 BOMBS
Labatts and Labatts Lite-the BIG BOYS - 16oz-Yea just 3 bucks too!
FireBalls are just $4 & so are shots of Jameson.
Where everything is homemade Fresh and down right delicious!
1/2 Slab of Ribs with hand cut Fries and a Salad - JUST $9.99 (HH)
The BEST Homemade barbeque sauce- It's Sweet-Smokey-Spicy!!!
We pride ourselves on having the
at The Best Price in the neighborhood
+ Awesome Music! = Home of over 90-Grammy Winners!
So see us before during and after the tribe games.
In the Historic Caxton building just north of the stadium off Bolivar and east 9th;
WILBERTS-Bringing you over 120 years of Miller Hospitality to Cleveland!
Wilbert's Food & Music
812 Huron Avenue E.
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
All shows are all ages.Start @ 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted, with doors 2 hours before show time. Dinner reservations are suggested. You can make them by calling or texting me
If you leave
a message make sure you leave your
phone #, and
we'll call you back with a reservation conformation, or better yet,-you can e-mail
is greatly appreciated. Hopefully we can hold another event there soon.
I will definitely keep in
touch with you
Optimizing the flavor of fresh raspberries, Rubaeus is Founders' way of celebrating the joys of summer year-round. This stunning berry-red masterpiece is the perfect blend of sweet, tart and refreshing. No question about it, this beer is 100% Founders.
FRUITS OF LABOR
Rubaeus defies subtlety and proves to be the perfect accompaniment to those long days, no matter the season, with a friend by your side and adventure out in front of you. Enjoy summer year-round with Rubaeus.
Great Lakes Christmas Ale
Be Back in July!
Christmas Ale's fresh honey, cinnamon, and ginger flavors.
FLAVOR A Yuletide's worth of holiday spices and sweet honey to keep you a-wassailing all season long.
It's Christmas Ale! You cannot rate. it 's like no another beer - it's designed for a purpose...to ring in the Holidays! The 2017 brew tastes a little more cinnamony than last year's, but maybe that's just me. I love this brew on tap...nothing rings in the Holiday's like GL Christmas Ale!
Great Lakes Turntable Pils
A: Clear golden color. Mild carbonation lazily floats to the surface. Two fingers bleached head. Nice retention.
S: Husked cereal grain. Mildly spicy hop aroma.
T: Tight husked grain. Slightly soapy. Spicy herbal essence. Lemon oil. Bitterness picks up in the end with a slightly astringent, chalky essence.
M: Light. Slightly rounded. Carbonation lightly scrubs the palate.
O: Good classic take on Czech pils
Leinenkugel Harvest Patch Shandy
Crisp weiss beer with natural pumpkin spice flavor
Satisfy your thirst for autumn with our Leinenkugel’s® Harvest Patch® Shandy. It’s our traditional weiss beer with natural pumpkin spice flavor to give you notes of nutmeg, allspice and clove for a refreshing fall seasonal. It’s crisp and smooth, just like a perfect fall day on the Leinie Side.
Market Garden Festivus Ale
Smooth, spicy (allspice, ginger & cinnamon), malty with an elegant finish thanks to caramelized wort and a bit of brown sugar, this beer is sure to make the holidays better. According to the Seinfeld model, Festivus is celebrated each year on December 23rd. Those attending Festivus may also participate in the “Airing of Grievances,” which is an opportunity to tell others how they have disappointed you in the past year, followed by a Festivus dinner, and then completed by the “Feats of Strength” where the head of the household must be pinned.
Dundee's Honey Brown Amber Lager
Man first brewed with honey more than 2,000 years ago. Back then, fermented honey was proclaimed the drink of kings. We first brewed Original Honey Brown Lager nearly 20 years ago. And we like to think every batch is still fit for a king. In the years since, Honey Brown has been brewed with the same premium barley, hops and pure Manitoba White Clover Honey to produce a great-tasting, medium-bodied lager.
This isn’t your watered-down light beer from college. Nor is it a heavy craft beer. Honey Brown pours right smack dab in the middle. A delicious golden amber color, it’s a beer you can drink throughout the night while staying true to yourself and your evolving palate. Enjoy it with friends. Enjoy it with strangers. It doesn’t matter to us—just enjoy it.
Columbus INDIA PALE ALE
Pale orange, with grapefruit, pine, and tropical fruit aromas
India Pale Ales were originally brewed to withstand long ocean voyages by increasing the quantity of hops and malt used in their Pale Ale predecessors. Our take on IPA pours pale orange with a balanced malt presence and finishes with a combination of grapefruit, pine, and tropical fruit notes from Pacific Northwest grown hops.
Stella Artois Cidre
Crisp and refreshing belgian cider made with hand-picked apples
Market Garden Prosperity Wheat
Formerly known as Street Wheat! If you’ve ever spent time in a German Beer Garden, you know how much they love their wheat beer. Our Bavarian style Hefeweizen is a satisfying blend of sweet wheat and pale malts, clove and banana aromatics, and the zesty tang of wheat beer yeast.
Working Class Brewery Brick Layer Brown Ale
An ale like this will make
you lay bricks all the live long day
Platform Amarillo Fog DBL IPA
This is an outstanding beer that has just a bit of "east coast" yeasty kick, but is not nearly as juicy or biting as many. More like an Unfiltered Enjoy By than a Heady Topper.
It is a very hazy, vibrant burnt orange-gold. It has an egg shell white, massive pillowy head.
It smells fairly malty and musty with an almost pilsner like grain aroma. There is also some fruity esters, pine, and some noticeable yeast.
The flavors really pop compared to the aroma. It has a lot of musty/earhty grapefruit, pineapple, and a touch of peach. Not really sweet at all. There is a bit of a floral hop flavor, followed by a solid bitter pine. It finishes with a little bit of a yeast bite.
The body is definitely on the heavier side, but smooth with no real noticeable alcohol
Royal Docks Pendragon RareWit
According to legend, King Arthur's father, Uther Pendragon, was possessed of two magical ales. Pendragon RareWit is our homage to the first of those beers - magically ‘wrought in Avalon' to refresh knights after battle and imbue them with the ‘courage of the Red Dragon'. Rather than hops, Pendragon RareWit relies on a pantheon of herbs and spices - many native to the Welsh Countryside - to provide a refreshing citrusy floral balance to the sweetness of barley malt and unmalted wheat.
Hop Nosh IPA
Formerly known as Hop Notch. Wonderful complex flavos, like no other, simply a great tasting IPA. It's balanced, strong malt backbone, citrusy nose, with hints of pine and grass.
North High Brewing Honey Wheat Lager
Light body, orange hues and a smooth finish develop from brewing with a special honey malt and orange blossom honey.
Slightly hazy gold with
Sweet malt aroma, with clove and citrus. Smells remarkably like Blue Moon, but stronger.
Sweet, malty and honeyed arrival, followed by a citrusy tang and mild banana clove esters.
Heavier side of mid weight; little carbonation, slick and smooth. Appropriate for the style
Tastes pretty much like a sweeter, bolder, less carbonated Blue Moon. Surprised this is a lager; would almost think its a Hefeweizen!.
Young's Double Chocolate Stout
The taste is a mix of Hershey/milk
grain, light bitter coffee roast, and vanilla
A classic. Mainly
roasted malt, with a
touch of cream and
milk to it
The paradox of our
time in history is that
we have taller
buildings but shorter tempers, wider freeways,but narrower viewpoints. We spend more, but have less.
We buy more, but
We have bigger
houses and smaller families, more conveniences, but less time. We have more degrees but less
less judgment, more experts, yet more problems, more
medicine, but less wellness.
We drink too much, smoke too much,
spend too recklessly, laugh too little,drive
too fast, get too angry, stay up too late, get up too tired, read too little, watch TV too much,
and pray too seldom.
have multiplied our possessions, but
reduced our values.
We talk too much, love too seldom, and hate
too often. We've
learned how to make a living, but not a life.
We've added years
to life not life to years.
We've been all the
way to the moon and back, but have trouble crossing the street to meet a new neighbor.
We conquered outer space but not inner space.
We've done larger
things, but not better things. We've cleaned
up the air, but polluted
the soul. We've conquered the atom,
but not our prejudice.
We write more, but
learn less. We plan
more, but accomplish less. We've learned to rush, but not to wait.
We build more
computers to hold
more information, to produce more copies
than ever, but we communicate less and less.
These are the times of fast foods and slow digestion, big men and small character, steep profits and shallow relationships. These
are the days of two incomes but more
houses, but broken homes.
These are days of
quick trips, disposable diapers, throwaway orality, one night
stands, overweight bodies, and pills that
do everything from
cheer, to quiet, to kill.
It is a time when there
is much in the
showroom window and nothing in the
stockroom. A time
when technology can bring this letter to you, and a time when you
can choose either to share this insight, or to just hit 'delete'.
some time with your
loved ones, because
they are not going to
be around forever.
Remember, say a kind word to someone, who looks up to you in awe, because that little
person soon will grow
up and leave your side. Remember, to give a warm hug to the one
next to you, because
that is the only
treasure you can give
with your heart and it doesn't cost a cent.
Remember, to say,
"I love you" to your
partner and your loved ones, but most of all
mean it. A kiss and an embrace will mend hurt when it comes from
deep inside of you.Remember to hold hands and cherish the moment for someday
that person will not be there again.
Give time to love, give time to speak and give time to share the
precious thoughts in
A Message by
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"When I went to school, they askedme what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down 'happy'. They told me I didn't understand the assignment, and I told them they didn't understand life."
Monday March 19
Join us at Happy Hour (March 19) to raise awareness for mental health!
Growing up in Tennessee, Skylar has had the opportunity to soak up the different genres and styles of music the state has to offer. Constantly surrounded in her life by talented musicians she picked up a guitar at a young age, and eventually found her passion in sharing her heart and her stories through songwriting and entertaining.
Music by Nashville chanteuse Shannon LaBrie defies genre and brings to life insightful stories of a woman who remains true to herself in a life where uncertainty is certain. The Lincoln, NE native instantly became a favorite among music fans and critics alike with her powerful 2016 album War & Peace.
An experimental folk project that sprinkles songs with soothing and eclectic soundscapes. Sleepy Gaucho draws a large influence in roots music and songwriting while also exploring the freedom of the studio.
Folky, Countryish, Japanesey Pop but from
Britton Roberts was born and raised on the not so mean streets of Cleveland Ohio. His father a guitar strumming preacher man and his mother skillfully wielding violin in one hand and the Good Book in the other, Britton's destiny laid out before him like the felt board characters of his youth.
Shuttled between piano lessons, school recitals and Christmas choirs, music has always been an inseparable way of life. “Music explores what can't be said and what can't be ignored,” says Britton. “It can lead us to new places or take us home.”
After picking up the guitar in high school to meet girls Britton made a new discovery. “They weren't that impressed.” But the guitar stuck and quickly became the weapon of choice. “It's really easy to play.”
In the years to follow, Britton would join bands, record albums and perform for big shots and no shots. Now mid-way to a mid-life crisis, he is striking out on his own.
Kolby Oakley takes the stage. He picks up his custom built electric guitar, with his name proudly displayed on the fretboard and steps up to the microphone. In the first 10 seconds of the show, you are astonished by the polished and uniquie tone of his voice and amazing guitar playing. The 19 year old from upstate New York seems to transform into a 35 year old mulit-platinum singer/songwriter who commands the stage and captivates you the whole show. Kolby Oakley was born into a musical family. His father, Steve, has fronted several bands playing modern rock and blues. His uncle, Craig, is a well-known jazz drummer and drum instructor. At the age of 9, Kolby began drumming for his father's modern rock band, Interstate. Kolby later drummed in other genres of music including blues, punk rock, country, and classic rock. At the age of 14, Kolby joined his father's well-known blues band, Smokehouse Blues. During that time Kolby began teaching himself to play guitar, and discovering yet another talent he possessed. Kolby would soon play guitar with Smokehouse Blues covering songs like Johnny Cash's, “Folsom Prison Blues”. The response from his family, friends, and fans, convinced Kolby that country was the path he wanted to take. Kolby soon began performing acoustic sets and also formed his own, Kolby Oakley Band. Covering all of the current country hits and classic artists including Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, Dwight Yolkum. Kolby soon began to draw crowds by the hundreds! Kolby also started attracting attention from booking agents and other industry people. Kolby Oakley Band was invited to play before The Zac Brown Band at the 2014 Dick's Open which sold out 20,000 tickets in a week! Kolby is currently working on his new album and has just released his first single, “MUD BOG” January 2015. He has released a music video for the single as well.“To play a song that you wrote and put so much time into , for me, is one of the best feelings in the world and I can not wait to share my music with all of my fans!” says Oakley. Kolby hopes to take his album to the national stage, starting in his hometown, then to Nashville, then the world! “My album is about where I'm from and what I love. And I can't wait for all of my fans and future fans to jump in this truck with me and hit the road, no matter where it goes!”
after the CAV'S game
@9pm Rust-Belt Americana Music from
Bindley Hardware Co. is a rust-belt Americana band from Pittsburgh, PA. They draw influence from classic country, folk and modern alt-country, as well as from the original Bindley Hardware Co., its namesake hardware store owned and operated by frontman Jon's family during Pittsburgh's industrial boom in the early 20th century. “To be able to make music or have any kind of creative endeavor that id entifies where you're from is really important. [...] Things in Pittsburgh inspire me every day. The Bindley Hardware Co. has such a rich history and I'm kind of making it my own,” Bindley said.
The Bindley Hardware Co. debut full-length, Ever Satisfactory, is slated for release in November 2017 with a special Kickstarter album pre-order launching at 10:30am EST on September 15, during the 2017 Americana Music Association Conference in Nashville, TN.
Stay up to date with Bindley Hardware Co. by signing up for the email list and you'll get an Mp3 of "Three Rivers" mailed directly to your inbox with instructions on how to easily download and listen.
On March 24,2018 at the Legendary Cleveland Venue WILBERT's! We will have a launch party that you won't want to miss, Yes this is your official invite to the Cleveland Music event of the YEAR! well..ok maybe after the Rock Hall Inductions but it's BIG! Mark your calendar and be there!
Poppa "D" is a tour de force in the world of Blues. Not just another Harp Band or another Guitar driven Rock/Blues Band. Poppa"D" melds all his influances from Delta Blues,Country,Jazz,Soul,R&B,Rap,and world music into an orginal 21st Century Blues Sound
Monday March 26
RAW Happy Hour
→With The Best Dam Specials DOWNTOWN!←
$3 DOMESTICS ~ $3 BOMBS
$4 FireBalls & shots of LeBronJameson
1/2 Slab of Ribs & Fries + Salad = $9.99
Wednesday March 28
The Offical BEAUTIFUL
→With The Best Specials DOWNTOWN!←
$3 DOMESTICS ~ $3 BOMBS
$4 FireBalls & shots of LeBronJameson
1/2 Slab of Ribs & Fries + Salad = $9.99
Thusday April 12
“ This is why they call it the dirty south. ” - American Songwriter “
Blues Blast Music Awards Nomination -Best Blues Rock Album-Blue Heart
BMA Nomination -Best Rock Blues Album
Washington Blues Society-Hall of Fame
Washington Blues Society-Lifetime Achievement Award
Cascade Blues Association-Hall of Fame
11 time winner Best Band-Cascade Blues Society
Best Album,Best Slide Guitarist
Inland Empire Blues Association-Hall of Fame, Best Band,Best Guitarist,Best Album,Best Slide Guitarist!
Lost Dog Street Band began when a songwriter from tennessee and a fiddle player from south dakota began playing music on the streets to fund thier addiction to rastlin' frieght trains. their last band ( Barefoot Surrender ) split ways in (january 2011)oregon and they tramped a hard winter back to dixie. they met back with their old friend christian to start on a new album and a new life. by next w inter they were meeting some old friends back in the northwest and started a new band called SPIT SHINE. the original lost dog Daisy Mae died that summer and the band name was thought to be done with. a new lost dog Copper Tod was found that fall and revived a new spirit. spit shine went on for the next year and a half. 'life's a dog-gone shame' recording began early in 2013 with help from band members of Barefoot Surrender(Jason O'dea) and Spit Shine(Nicholas Ridout) .lost dog street band finally got a van to do a real tour. shortly before the albums release best friend, brother, and band mate Nicholas Ridout died at the age of 24. the next year is unknown....
RESS & QUOTES...
"An established band with their musical plow deep within the soil of their forefathers reaping and reviving not only the rich history of their surroundings but planting seeds in the listener's heart and brain…the hand is firmly on the plow indeed. The Tillers do not disappoint.”
“Through non-stop touring, The Tillers have made quite a name for themselves with their “must see” live show but with their new album, Hand On The Plow, the spotlight should now rest on their great songwriting and give them the wide-spread recognition they deserve.”
-Atlas and the Anchor
“Like a passer-by on a summer drive through the country, I have had the privilege of monitoring the Tillers' own growth throughout the years. Coming in with fresh eyes to each gig, I have enjoyed the fruits of the rapid advancement of their musical garden of delights. Don't get me wrong, Mike Oberst and Sean Geil's talent were present from the beginning. But with the cultivation of endless (and no doubt thankless) tours and pub dates, these two “brothers in melody” were suddenly tapping into progressively deeper and darker tillage. Put plainly: they just kept getting better and better.
Like no other group I've ever heard, the Tillers are able to break your heart with an intangible, timeless pain. Combined they harmonize like the Celestial Monochorde of old, awakening once again the ancient muses to strum the heartstrings of man. Apart, they voice a pained, hoarse timbre that hearkens to their own personal losses…losses we all sweetly suffer vicariously through their melody.
The metaphor of gardening and growth is not lost on those who hear The Tillers. The arabesque spread of their burgeoning tones resemble the health of summer plantlife, spring rains and abundance. It comes as no surprise that singer/banjoist Mike Oberst is himself a farmer (there is something to be said for real life, agrarian experience and its natural bi-product of folk music.)
Knuckled roots weaving through the Appalachian coffins of old souls buried in veins of coal…The Earth and Her cycles of life and death is the running theme here. But isn't it the ultimate theme? Whether the modern ear is turned deaf to these truths or not, we all must heed the holler that the Tillers intone.
Nose to the ground, hand on the plow, hard work and harmonies. Take it from an old fan, if you are reading this now, you are the lucky one. For this is fertile ground indeed.”
-Col. J.D. Wilkes, Th' Legendary Shack Shakers
Friday May 25
Nashville Americana/Roots Rock singer/songwriter/guitarist
is touring in support of his album “Coming Up for Air.” Taylor's “authentic sound filled with strong melodies” (What's Up Magazine) will appeal to fans of Jason Isbell, Warren Haynes, and Robben Ford.
Influenced by the melting pot of American music, including The Allman Brothers Band, Dwight Yoakam, and Tom Petty, it's the imagery of the old west and desert that is ever present in his music. Taylor says, “I am personally drawn to themes of the old west. My family used to camp yearly in the Mojave Desert and as a child I would explore the cliffs of the campground and visit ghost towns, old mines and hiking trails…On one of those family vacations, I saw somebody playing a guitar around a campfire. It seemed like such mystical and magical thing to me that the image stuck around in my brain from that point on.”
Full Bio: taylorkroppmusic.com/bio
California native gone Nashville, Taylor has built up a national fan base. He's toured with Tanya Tucker, Kristen Kelly, and Josh Dorr, and played countless festivals and marquee venues. His guitar playing was used in the 2016 feature film “ Believe.” Taylor's debut album, “Coming Up For Air” was released September 2017; it has been receiving national air-play and press coverage.
"Sharp, intelligent lyrics combine with masterful musicianship throughout the entire album.” - American Blues Scen
Thursday July 12
"They are very, very good. That's why I keep having them back." - Buddy Guy
REV. RAVEN & THE CHAIN SMOKIN’ ALTAR BOYS featuring Westside Andy Linderman on Harmonica
2016 Blues Blast Music Award for Best Live CD
2016 Independent Blues Scene Award for Best Live CD
2011 Blues Blast Music Award Nominee for Best Blues Band” and “Best Song”
Grammy Award nomination, Best Blues Compilation CD: 2007
Wisconsin Music Industry (WAMI) award, Best Blues Band: 1999, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2008 , 2010 and 2016
Wisconsin Music Industry (WAMI) award, People's Choice: 2006, 2008 and 2010
Voted Milwaukee's Best Blues Band 2015, 2016 and 201
America's Hottest Accordion” winner, Dwayne (Dopsie) Rubin, plays a unique, high energy style of zydeco. Dwayne hails from one of the most influential Zydeco f amilies in the world. Although inspired by tradition, he has developed his own high energy style that defies existing stereotypes and blazes a refreshingly distinct path for 21st century Zydeco music. This singer/songwriter and accordionist has performed all over the world since debuting his band, Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers, at age 19.
Growing up in Lafayette, LA, Dwayne, now 32, was the last of eight children. His musical ablilities were influenced by his father, Rockin' Dopise, Sr., who was a pioneer of Zydeco Music. This year, as a tribute, Dwayne plans to record an album of his Dad's greatest Zydeco hits.
Dwayne Dopsie and The Zydeco Hellraisers not only pump out incredible Zydeco music, they also add a bit of rhythm and blues, funk, rock and roll, reggae and pop to their performances. His performances have been described as, "Muscular, rhythm and blues-styled lyrics balanced with expert musicians swinging hard—this is Saturday night zydeco at its best." - Brian Boyles, Offbeat Magazine
OFF BEAT AWARDS as: Best zydeco artist, best zydeco accordionist and best zydeco album.
Visit www.DwayneDopsie.com for more information
FYI-All shows are all ages and the kitchen is open until I go home!
→and remember To be nice & Have A GOOD Time!←
WILBERT'S is Great Music + Delicious food In An Intimate Setting = What a Concept!