The slightly goofy-sounding name of this beloved concert venue explains its history: it occupies a Merchant City building that really did house a produce market back in the 1800s. Many of the original architectural details from those days are still here, including original wood ceiling beams, cast-iron archways, and a balcony hung with antique greengrocers’ signs. They lend a quirky, atmospheric vibe to the concerts, many of which feature jazz or other instrumental performers.
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