- 3.11 - Y108 Country NIght
3.12 - Shari Richards
3.13 - Girls Girls Girls
3.14 - Dancing Queen
3.15 - Callan // Velveeta
3.16 - DJ Juan Diego INC
3.17 - Balcony Big Band
3.18 - Y108 Country Night
3.19 - Bill Ali
- > All New Menu from Chef Paul!
> Daily Drink Specials
> 18 Beers on Tap
> Expanded Appetizer List
> Blackened Fish Tacos
> Cast-Iron Lobster Mac & Cheese
> Buffalo Chicken Salad
> Jergel's Big Fish
> Blue Crab Stuffed Portabella
> Soft Pretzel Rods
> Baked Meatball Hoagie
> Homemade Soups
Category Archives: Recent News & Updates
Feel the rumble in the Jergel’s parking lot starting in April! This promises to be the best Bike Night season so far. Get those bikes revved up and ready to hit the roads!
If you’re a Motley Crue fan, you won’t want to miss this show! The #1 all female Motley Crue Tribute Band in the land puts on an unforgettable performance and plays all their hits…and then some!
King Cool and his full band make their first stop to Jergel’s for a special Friday evening show on March 21! Tickets now on sale!
Join one of the ‘burgh’s best dance bands, No Bad Ju Ju, for a special evening as they introduce their new CD to the market on Sunday, March 23 @ 7:30!
With signature acappella vocals and four-part harmonies, Pure Gold delivers diverse sounds and musical styles with a stage presence that transcends audience ages and backgrounds. Bringing the golden age of American vocal harmony to performances from Radio City Music Hall … Continue reading
Witnessing the Rocket Queens live is the closest thing a modern audience can get to seeing hard rock’s heaviest hitters as they were in their prime: seasoned musicians dripping with sweat, swagger, and way too much style for their own … Continue reading
The best country band in the ‘burgh brings their act back to Jergel’s for another foot-stompin good time! Formerly the Povertyneck Hillbillies, this collection of great musicians and talent will entertain you all night long!
Formed in Tampa in 1972, The Outlaws – known for their triple-guitar rock attack and three-part harmonies – became one of the first acts signed by Clive Davis (at the urging of Ronnie Van Zant) to his then-fledgling Arista Records. The … Continue reading