37 Maniacs will be ecstatic to hear that OTP’s best place for live music 37 Main Rock Cafe is opening a new location in Gainesville.
After 37 Main closed their popular Johns Creek location last summer due to conflicts with a noise ordinance, the owners had been searching for a new location. That perfect spot was found in Downtown Gainesville in an 81 year old building that had been home to another popular bar in the 90’s, the Boiler Room.
According to 37 Main’s Tenant Rep Stephanie Krank (President of Billy Spain Land & Commercial Real Estate) the redesign of the building is of the utmost importance to capture that rock ‘n’ roll atmosphere that put the original 37 Main on the map as “the place” for live music.
Renovations are under way now to get the location looking similar to the original, but patrons can expect to see some unique designs, all with keeping the rock ‘n’ roll feel that makes 37 Mainiancs coming back for more.
The original 37 Main in historic downtown Buford opened in December 2008 with a concept formed by three brothers (John White, David White, and Joe White). Their goal was to create an atmosphere that followed their simple philosophy: “music is food to the soul.”
37 Main Buford offers an all-star lineup of live music that you can enjoy every Thursday, Friday, Saturday nights, and even the occasional Sunday night show — like the Prince cover band performing this Sunday night. Their passion is to deliver the most unique rock ‘n’ roll dining experience for each and every guest. But it’s not only music on the menu; 37 Main prides itself on serving high quality food and drinks too.
The new 37 Main location will open this summer at 212 Spring Street SW in Gainesville. In the meantime, you can get your rock on at the Buford location. Follow them on Facebook for updates on their opening. We hear they may even be looking to open a third location, so stay tuned. Thanks to Billy Spain Land & Commercial Real Estate for the Scoop!