Welcome to Seaside Tavern

We are located at 891 Cove Road in Stamford, CT. Seaside Tavern is the premiere location in Fairfield County for Live Music, Great Food and a Friendly Atmosphere. The Game Room features Pool Tables, Dart Boards, an original Pub Style Shuffleboard and Video games.

For more than a half century our venue has been one of the premiere locations for live music in the tri-state area. Currently, Seaside Tavern offers live music Wednesday through Saturday showcasing a mixture of original music and cover bands. Every Wednesday night Seaside Tavern plays host to the areas best open mic show and Thursday’s Concert Series.

We look forward to seeing you soon…


Monday -Tuesday

2pm to 1am

Wednesday -Thursday
11:30am to 1am

Friday & Saturday:
11:30am to 2am

11:30am to 1am


Call Us

(203) 964-9225

$3 Drafts & .50 cent Wings
$4 Coors Lite, $5 Jager Shots & $6 Taco Plates
$4 Shock Top & $5 Jameson Shots
$4 Bud & Bud Light Bottles & $4 Fireball Shots
$4 Fireball Shots & $ 4 Heinekin & $5 Nachos
$4 Corona & $5 Jager Shots
½ price bottles of Champagne & White wine, $4 Blood Mary’s

Daily Drink Specials

October 2015

Rock And Roll Fall Mayhem Party At Seaside Tavern!!!

October 3, 2015
21:00 / 02:00

Come RAGE with three of Stamford/s Most Amazing Original Rock And Roll Music.. Things!


Matt & The Marauders!!

BE THERE!!matt

Willie & the Giant

October 9, 2015
22:00 / 00:00

The self-titled debut album from Willie and the Giant is a double shot of vintage rock and soul, tastefully wrapped and carried like a party gift into the now. Open it up and you'll find a few key ingredients missing from a lot of today's music—for starters, space, warmth and plenty of dynamic range. This one begs to be played on vinyl through a hot tube receiver and some big, boxy hi-fi speakers. 

Which makes sense. The retro-minded Nashville band cut these new songs at all-analog studio Welcome to 1979, where an impressive list of legends and contemporaries have recorded before them—Todd Snider and Dave Schools' Hard Working Americans, The North Mississippi All-Stars, Those Darlins, Jason Isbell, even Animals frontman Eric Burdon. 

"We wanted that warm, saturated sound that you can only get from tape," frontman Will Stewart says, "and Welcome to 1979 specializes in just that. It was cozy, too. Everything there is intentionally stylized to take you four decades back in time."


October 10, 2015
21:00 / 01:00

Kalimotxo, noun, pronounced "Calimocho": A band consisting of equal parts Melvis Rex, Nightman and Lebow, served on stage with plenty of Firekill


October 16, 2015
22:00 / 01:00

The Ritzy Chickens is (are?) a jam band formed in 2014. We are based out of Fairfield County, Connecticut, and we're awesome.ritzy


October 23, 2015
22:00 / 01:00

Members: Peter Anspach - Guitar/Vox Nick Hanna - Drums/Beats/Vox Sam Kesler - Vox/Guitar Seth Zucker - Bass/Vox

Genre: Psychedelic Rock / Reggae / Funk

Hometown: Fairfield County, CTblue

Cosmic Hotel

October 24, 2015
22:00 / 01:00

  • A poppier sounding Ani DiFranco guitar, 90's sounding vocals, with a folk-rock basic background.

  • Band Members

    Guitar/Lyrics/Vox: Caitlin Donohue
    Lead Guitar: John McKeever
    Bass Recording: Ken Russo
    Performing Bass: Jay Carrie
    Drums: John Warren
    Originally called Robot Love, we formed in 2003 with Emily Sylvester on drums & Caitlin Donohue on guitar/vox. Soon Stephen (Starfish) Pallas joined on bass. Robot Love then went through a number of different instrumentalists. Eventually John Warren took over on drums. Robot Love stopped during the college years and Caitlin did a solo project called Donno which she didn't work that hard on. In 2013 after working on FAWM and creating a new batch of songs from unfinished work, I thought it was only fitting to put the tunes to good use. Today the band consists of John Warren on drums, Jay Carrie on bass, John (gold in your pocket) McKeever on lead guitar, and Caitlin (Donno) Donohue on guitar/vox. 

    On June 20th, 2015 we officially released our first EP 'Go Get 'Em Tiger'. Soon after we had to change our name. So now we're Cosmic Hotel.

Mischief Night with OUTATIME

October 30, 2015
22:00 / 01:00

Seaside Tavern is happy to have Outatime back  on Mischief Night. Come rock out with them and our staff and wear you costumes... because we will be wearing ours!!