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New Deal Cafe

113 Centerway
Roosevelt Center
Greenbelt, MD 20770
(301) 474-5642

Hours

Monday: 11am-3pm
Tuesday-Thursday: 11am-9pm
Friday-Saturday: 11am-11pm
Sunday: 10:30am-8pm

Reservations are recommended on Friday and Saturday nights and for popular bands. Call (301) 474-5642 to book a table.

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Free wifi
Ample free parking

113 Centerway, Greenbelt, MD
www.newdealcafe.com

July Events at the New Deal Cafe

Join us for live music and our monthly artists' reception! If you're an artist, we'd love to talk to you about performing at the cafe.

Profiles and links to some of our performers can be found in the performer directory.

Reservations are recommended on Friday and Saturday nights and for popular bands. Call (301) 474-5642 to book a table.

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The New Old Jamboree hosted by Ruthie and the Wranglers - new songs, old songs and featuring special guests! (7 to 9pm)
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The Falderals - new folk for old souls, with buttered harmonies and  songs that will pull at your heart strings and demand you stomp your feet. (7 to 9pm)
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Mid-Day Melodies with Amy C Kraft Mid-Day Melodies with Amy C Kraft (12 to 2pm)
Songwriters' Association of Washington (SAW) Open Mic with Paige Powell!
(7 to 9pm)
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We will be closing at 3pm. (3 to 11pm)
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Bruce Kritt -  Classical Guitar (4 to 6pm)
Jazz and blues piano by John GuernseyJazz and blues piano by Takoma Park's own John Guernsey (6:30 to 8pm)
Djesben - jazz, bebop and bossa nova, as well as original tunes influenced by music from around the globe. This will be a fundraiser for The Greenbelt Rhythm & Drum Festival!! (8 to 11pm)
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Deaf BrunchDeaf Brunch: Deaf and hearing people socialize together using sign language. Newcomers welcome! Visit us on Facebook. Interested in learning sign language? (10:30am to 12pm)
Caroline Ferrante & The Whole Magilla - passionate vocals, three octave range, and the signature twelve-string sound...That's Caroline Ferrante: Americana, Roots/Blues, Singer Songwriter! (5 to 8pm)
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Wynne Paris & Groovananda - World beat, rock, jazz, kirtan, folk, Indian, trance & Gospel. (7 to 9pm)
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The Seth Kibel Quartet - high energy jazz and klezmer. Winner of 25 WAMMIES, including "Best World Music Instrumentalist" (2003-11) and "Best Jazz Instrumentalist" (2005, 2007-8, 2011-13). A must see!! (7 to 9pm)
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Mid-Day Melodies with Amy C Kraft Mid-Day Melodies with Amy C Kraft (12 to 2pm)
Open Mic with James and Martha!
Open Mic with James and Martha!
(7 to 9pm)
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Jazz and blues piano by John GuernseyJazz and blues piano by Takoma Park's own John Guernsey (6:30 to 8pm)
Jennifer Cooper & GroovSpan - Beautiful vocals from a former professional opera singer, and tight melodies from the band.  From Duke Ellington to Doobie Brothers, Antonio Jobim to Adele, Bill Withers to Blondie, this eclectic ensemble covers a wide variety of genres, decades, styles and grooves of popular music!! (8 to 11pm)
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Bruce Kritt -  Classical Guitar (4 to 6pm)
Jazz and blues piano by John GuernseyJazz and blues piano by Takoma Park's own John Guernsey (6:30 to 8pm)
Karen Collins and the Backroads Band - join this multiple WAMMIE-nominated band for some classic honky tonk, original roots songs, and vintage country from the 1940s-1970s.  (8 to 11pm)
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Deaf BrunchDeaf Brunch: Deaf and hearing people socialize together using sign language. Newcomers welcome! Visit us on Facebook. Interested in learning sign language? (10:30am to 12pm)
Sofeya and the Puffins - performance artists and musicians collaborate to create an original blend of folk, rock, bluegrass, world beat, mystical rock and rhyme. A veritable Intergalactic Medicine Show! (5 to 8pm)
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Montgomery & Prince George's County ACLU Chapter Dinner - The general public is invited.  A buffet will be available beginning at 6pm.  More information and dinner plans! (7:30 to 9pm)
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Poetry Night Open Mic!!! - come express your inner beatnik through the spoken word!! (7 to 9pm)
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Pub Quiz - bring your own team, or form one on the spot. We will collect a dollar from each participant, which will be the prize for the winning team.  Come out and test your knowledge on topics from Aardvarks to Zither.Pub Quiz - bring your own team, or form one on the spot. We will collect a dollar from each participant, which will be the prize for the winning team.  Come out and test your knowledge on topics from Aardvarks to Zither. (7 to 9pm)
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Mid-Day Melodies with Amy C Kraft Mid-Day Melodies with Amy C Kraft (12 to 2pm)
OPEN MIC with Joe Harris! (7 to 9pm)
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Jazz and blues piano by John GuernseyJazz and blues piano by Takoma Park's own John Guernsey (6:30 to 8pm)
49 Cent Dress - a tasty mix of rock and roll with a dash of blues and soul. Featuring vocalist Melissa Orr, the DC-based band performs tunes by Amy Winehouse, Van Morrison, Duffy, and many others. (8 to 11pm)
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Bruce Kritt -  Classical Guitar (4 to 6pm)
Jazz and blues piano by John GuernseyJazz and blues piano by Takoma Park's own John Guernsey (6:30 to 8pm)
Billy Coulter Band - drawing on influences as varied as Bob Dylan, Creedence and Johnny Cash to The Black Crowes and Squeeze, mutiple WAMMIE-winner, Billy Coulter, brings his band to The New Deal for a night of inspired, organic and original music that blurs the line between Roots Rock and Power Pop. (8 to 11pm)
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Deaf BrunchDeaf Brunch: Deaf and hearing people socialize together using sign language. Newcomers welcome! Visit us on Facebook. Interested in learning sign language? (10:30am to 12pm)
Kids' Open MicKids' Open Mic (1:30 to 2:30pm)
Fez Tones Hafla - Join us for an afternoon of live Middle Eastern music & dance. Musicians will play exotic instruments such as qanun, oud, darbuka, and riq.  (6 to 8pm)
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Reel and Meal at the New Deal: Harvest of Empire: The Untold Story of Latinos in America reveals the direct connection between U.S. intervention in Latin America and the immigration crisis we face today.Reel and Meal at the New Deal: Harvest of Empire: The Untold Story of Latinos in America reveals the direct connection between U.S. intervention in Latin America and the immigration crisis we face today. More information and dinner plans! (7 to 9pm)
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18Rabbit - D.C.'s newest and most mysterious band of mystery. According to an invisible ink missive purported to be from the mysterious 'not the leader' of the mystery band, "Damn near anything goes, with the emphasis on Twisted Humor, Hot Licks, Cold Licks, fascinating Rhythm and Flexibility. Is it an enigma wrapped in a flour tortilla soaked overnight in ayahuasca and drizzled with mole? Come on out and all will be revealed. You bring yourn, I'll bring Mayan." (7 to 9pm)
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Cajun Music Jam - bring your instruments and join us!
(7 to 9pm)
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Mid-Day Melodies with Amy C Kraft Mid-Day Melodies with Amy C Kraft (12 to 2pm)
Songwriters' Association of Washington (SAW) Open Mic with host Lynn Hollyfield!Songwriters' Association of Washington (SAW) Open Mic with host Lynn Hollyfield! (7 to 9pm)
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Jazz and blues piano by John GuernseyJazz and blues piano by Takoma Park's own John Guernsey (6:30 to 8pm)
The Bachelor & the Bad Actress -  indie with a twist.
Gramophonic - high energy roots-rock quartet that draws heavily on American folk, blues, and gospel styles. (8 to 11pm)
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Jazz Jam w/ Greg Meyer - bring on your jazz groove and join in this community jam session!! (1 to 5pm)
Jazz and blues piano by John GuernseyJazz and blues piano by Takoma Park's own John Guernsey (6:30 to 8pm)
Jello Boys - with a blend of originals and tasteful cover tunes, mixing R&B, folk, blues, and straight ahead rock & roll - this band delivers!  
Jello Boys - with a blend of originals and tasteful cover tunes, The Jello Boys play a unique style of feel alright, good time music. Mixing R&B, folk, blues, and straight ahead rock & roll - this band delivers!  
(8 to 11pm)
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Deaf BrunchDeaf Brunch: Deaf and hearing people socialize together using sign language. Newcomers welcome! Visit us on Facebook. Interested in learning sign language? (10:30am to 12pm)
Art Reception:  Meet the artists and explore the new exhibit! (6 to 8pm)
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New Deal Cafe Board of Directors Meeting
Members and visitors welcome (6:30 to 9pm)
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Skyline Hotel - an exciting combination of pop, rock, and blues with influences ranging from Eric Clapton and Led Zeppelin to John Mayer, Skyline Hotel’s melodic Pop/Rock style will have you grooving to upbeat songs and endearing ballads. (7 to 9pm)
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Lynn Hollyfield - blend a powerful, passionate singer, a crisp, acoustic guitar player and a heartfelt observer of the world and you will have WAMMIE-nominated singer/songwriter, Lynn Hollyfield! (7 to 9pm)
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Mid-Day Melodies with Amy C Kraft Mid-Day Melodies with Amy C Kraft (12 to 2pm)
Open Mic with Joe Harris!!! (7 to 9pm)
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>Schedule subject to change. Please visit our website at www.newdealcafe.com for the most current event schedule.