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Tin Roof is about giving musicians a place to play and a place to hang when they aren't onstage. The tasty food, fun, eclectic environment community of Regulars, and friendly Crew have established the Roof as the place to be for musicians and non-musicians alike. Over the years, our stages have hosted the famous, the should have been famous, and everyone in between!
We are located at 210 E Trade St on the 2nd level of the Epicentre in Uptown Charlotte. We have two sections each offering their own unique experience to create one perfect day or night of fun! Our original side features a stage for live music, tables, full bar, TV's & more. Our Green Room section has its own bar, arcade games, skeeball, pop a shot, ping pong, TVs & more. Both sides are serving up delicious southern-inspired 'Better Than Bar Food' daily for lunch & dinner. On weekend nights, we have a full band playing on the live side while a DJ spins dance tunes in the Green Room......two sides of entertainment for one great night!
So whether you're coming for the tunes, the food, the drinks, or just a good time, enjoy the Roof, ‘Where Everybody is Somebody’! Support live music and the musicians who bring it to us, and we hope we’ll see ya enough to call you a Regular!
Open daily 11 AM-Last Call!
Love the atmosphere and the bands have always been fun. My major complaint (as I've heard over and over) is they keep it SO HOT in there. We found a table by the open outdoors (because I knew if my husband was as hot as he was the last time we were there when we were in the very middle of the club, we would have to leave...and I didn't want to leave!)..but it was STILL hot from the heat rolling out from the inside of the club. I'm really surprised more people don't pass out in there.
Everytime we go to Uptown this place seems to have some of the better service. One bartender forgot to start a tab and the manager apologized as well. Bartenders are always quick and has a down to earth feel considering the other options in Epicenter.
Fun music but the crowd was kinda old, mid 30s to mid 40s. Music was a live 90s coverband at the time, which was decent. Cover charge was $5 and coronas were about $8 each i think
An epicenter bar pretending to be a dive. I love the local bands and good food. Drinks are expensive but the half priced apps early in the night are great right before a movie at SMG.
Great place to stop and grab a drink during the week and cool live music on the weekend especially if you don't feel like going to one of the teenybopper clubs in the epicenter!