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Tuscan Room
Our Tuscan room offers a private dinner or cocktail party perfect for up to 44. Equipped with a full martini, wine & espresso bar. Other spaces are also available.


Bottomless Pizza or Pasta Parties for $9- Per Person- Minimum 10ppl
Bottomless Pizza, Pasta Salad Buffet for- $11.95 Per Person- Minimum 10ppl

Additional specials include:
One Large 18 inch Cheese Pizza & Pitcher of Bud Light for $15

$3 Happy Hour Menu- 4-7pm
All Draft Beers
Pasta Marinara
Meatball Parm
Bat & Ball- MB & Sausage
Sausage & Peppers
Eggplant Parm
Pepperoni or Spinach Stromboli

Sully’s Perpetual Drink Specials:
$2.50-Pabst Blue Ribbon
$3 Narragansett Kingers
$3 Burnetts flavored vodka
$4.25 Well drinks

Full service catering menu also avaiable. We can do many types of theme parties. Even make the guest of honor a rock star. Karaoke-no problem. Inquire –

We here at Lena’s & Sully’s are here to make sure the assault on the wallet stops at our humble doors. Come down and experience this wonderful energy of food & music in creation. We’d love to see your face in the house.
Peace & Love

This is one of my fondest memories of the woodstock film. It was one of the performances that compelled me to sing. I envisioned losing myself in the music, wanting to actually feel what it may have been like to perform on that exalted stage…. I once hired a woman because she went. I was enamored. I wanted all the details. Here is an interesting link on the very subject from a guy whose work is amazing. There’s more to us than we know.

Woodstock’s 40 year wave

Music has always held a large part of me. All my life, my own timeline I could easily narrate to a sound track. I’ll spare you the “high fidelity” run down. It was a natural that I’d end up in the music business. I’m glad I am. I’m proud of us. We at Sully’s are honored to stand in the trenches of the industry. Grass roots is where most acts start. There has to be somewhere people can play their own music. The artists are music’s future. As of right now in our downloaded society there is not much room for prosperity. It can’t be totally free. Support whom you enjoy so they may be able to keep making music. We should all be much more supportive of the arts. If music ceased to be viable we would hurt our own evolution as people. Buy a disk at a show you like. Buy one online. Go to your local events, music bars, concerts, any time you can. The music needs you and you need it!
Love & Inspiration

For the uninformed the Wimbash is Doug Wimbish’s gift to his hometown. A labor of love to you all. Some amazing, innovative and world renowned musicians come to give Hartford the gift of music. Living Colour has agreed to grace our presence with a set. Do not miss!

Living Colour
Head>>Fake (Will Calhoun + Doug Wimbish)
Red Lotus-NYC
Coulon (featuring Rozz Nash)
Jeremiah Hosea
Earth Driver
Adam Falcon
Grind City-Philly
Alixa+Naima “Climbing PoeTree”
Music Director: Dave Hogerty
Doors Open at 4pm-

Strattledaddy Live@ Sully's 9-26

Strattledaddy Live@ Sully

StraddleDaddy’s electrified sound and energized stage show make the US deficit look like the five spot your friend has owed you since the band started lighting up small venues in 2002. Slowly evolving the bands original blend of sing-along hooks and rippin’ guitar riffs has been a mission that the band takes seriously and keeps audiences coming back for more. There are few musical acts that can hypnotize the crowds while playing at some of New England’s biggest Jam band festivals and also gain the title of Homegrown Band of the Week on WCCC, CT’s rock radio station. The release of StraddleDaddy’s second full length studio Album, Moxie on Fire, and the integration of a new beat-boxing badass bass player have made 2007 one of the bands best years so far. Watch out!!! Though the boys may be smokin’ now – the future surely holds flames for Connecticut’s Premiere Original Party Rock Outfit

Bo says support live music

Bo says support live music

Tonight in downtown Hartford is one of the best events ever thought up by our formerly very independent rag. Nowadays big business controls the once, artistic halls of the hallowed Advocate. Luckily for us the powers that be have come back at this wonderful event with renewed vigor. Independent music needs a proving ground and this event is not to be missed. Come down and see us at Sully’s when you’ve had your fill. Viva La Hartford!