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Russell Norkevich Jarrettown Hotel

18:30
21:30
Jarrettown Hotel
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PIANO PLAYER & VOCALIST
RUSSELL NORKEVICH
Similar Artists: Elton John and The Beatles

The Jarrettown Hotel offers a unique combination of extraordinary Italian cuisine, exquisite décor, and affordable prices. With passion and Italian gusto, owner Giovanni Agresti is delivering a true taste of Italy in Montgomery County.

Since we opened The Jarrettown Hotel, our food has been known for its freshness and flavor. We believe that food, and the process of crafting food, deserve the utmost care and respect. We bring together sensational imported ingredients, the freshest seasonal produce, local meats, and seafood (delivered daily) with authentic family recipes.

Our goal is to carry on the established traditions of Italian cooking from previous generations and deliver them to our customers. The result is deliciously simple, rustic and uncompromised cuisine.

Consider us when planning your special event. Our lovely restaurant will accommodate private dining for groups over 100 guests, making The Jarrettown Hotel the ideal location for social functions. Whether you have 10 or 100 guests, planning an event, at our restaurant, is truly easy.

Our Menu is also available for take-out and if you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you with our great Italian specialties.

ABOUT RUSSELL NORKEVICH:

“Goosebumps. When you get them, you know you’re experiencing something which taps into your psyche in a way that’s often difficult to describe. The music of Russell Norkevich, for me, always leads to goosebumps. It offers me a hazy, nostalgic, dreamy quality that is devoid of time or space: Eltonesque. This New Jersey singer-songwriter arms himself with 88 keys and occasionally imagist lyrics which reach out to the listener from some familiar, but slightly abstract place.”
— Evan Toth, The Vinyl District