Cool two floor venue with a solid booze selection at the bar. More beer than liquor but options for both. Audio quality is great and the sound team is on point. I've been to quite a few places and they do sound check and call it a day, not here. Parking can be tough but most spots if you can't sneak a free one is $10 in the area.
This newly (2019) renovated Charlotte establishment (some would argue historic) reopened with a beautiful facelift. They host everything from concerts, to holiday mixers, to weddings and more!! I borrowed the last picture from local photographer Tim Baker who took the photo on stage of local favorite Of Good Nature.
This is a great venue and the remodel is wonderful. The Gin Mill was a great place to eat and the staff at both places were awesome! We saw my husband's friends "Kix" since he is also from Maryland and used to open for them back in the day.
We went to Amos twice to see our friends band. The first visit was awesome. The place was packed, but theres an upstairs and down so theres plenty of room. The bartenders are great and able to handle a big crowd. The only drawback was they started pushing everyone out the door at 11:40. They have to have customers out by midnight. We were told because the band wanted 18 to get in so law was close by midnight. The second time our friends band started and a few songs in someone spilled a drink upstairs and it leaked down onto the sound board so they lost the mic. That was not their fault, but it ended the night earlier than expected. The place is great and I would go back to see bands, but if you go be prepared for an early close.
Entrance is sorta hidden but make that turn and follow the music. Great stage to put up a show. second floor looks even cooler. Friendly staff, beer is mostly served. Bathrooms are located towards the backside of the building near the bar area. Parking space can be found around the block,it goes from 6-10 dollars. I could see myself coming back here for another show