Saratoga’s One Caroline Street Bistro Closes After Tonight’s Show
Another one bites the dust…
One Caroline Street Bistro in Saratoga Springs is closing its doors after tonight’s show. But before it’s all over, there’s one massive, bittersweet, seven-band. goodbye party closing it all out at 7pm tonight.
Here’s the line-up for tonight’s huge farewell blast:
7pm: Mr. Cancelled
7:30pm: The Xander Naylor Group
9pm: D’ Treut with guests Sarah Pedinotti and Dave Pedinotti
10:40pm: Eternal Crimes
11:30pm: New Life
And here’s the notice of closing that the folks at One Caroline posted on their Facebook page:
We are coming to you with some sad news. One Caroline Street will be closing, with Monday February 26th being our last day open for business, as well as it being our very last show.
To those of you that are finding out about our closing via social media, we do apologize as we would have liked to be able to tell you all in person.
So many great memories here, thanks to all the people who made One Caroline a place for food, music and libations.
An incredibly grateful thank you goes out to everyone who was an employee here and made One Caroline a special place to be. You truly made it a fun place to work.
We would also like to give a shout out to all of the great musicians who have played here. Over the years we’ve experienced amazing talented people, right here in our small performance area. Bands such as Railbird, Hot Club of Saratoga, New Life, Lou Barlow (Sebadoh/Dinosaur Jr), Jeanine Ouderkirk, Senor Sway, William Hale Band, Ramblers Home, Masters of Nostalgia, Jill Hughes, Jeff Brisbin, Steve Candlen, The North and South Dakotas, MotorBIKE, Tim Wechgelaer, The Cretin Hop, Boy Harsher, Hill Haints, George Muscatello, Dryer, Chuck Lamb, Candy Ambulance, Holly & Evan Band, Brain Medicine…the list goes on and on!!
Big big thanks to Chris Carey and Mike O’Donnell for having the longest residency ever!!..and making sure our music gear always worked!!
Huge thanks to Shane and Chris from Super Dark Collective. You really showed us that there is a music scene here in Saratoga Springs and it needs an outlet. We are excited to see the future of Super Dark Monday’s as you carry it past our doors.
Lastly…the hugest thanks to Dave Pedinotti and his family. They had a vision for what would be on the corner of Broadway and Caroline Street. Their vision brought so many amazing people together that sparked friendships, relationships, new bands, memorable band jams, unforgettable conversations, great foods, and more importantly…some of the BEST memories.
We are hopeful for the future of the next chapter of the corner of Broadway and Caroline Street.
Many many thanks to all of you,
Brian, Jakob, and the staff of One Caroline