The Rock Cellar
The Rock Cellar
Owner Mysterious
Employees NPCs, Delilah
Hours of Operation 3 pm to 3 am
Current Status Open for Business
People Come Here For… Good music, good food, alcohol…

A set of concrete stairs leads to the venue. At the bottom of those stairs is a pair of wide glass doors, painted with The Rock Cellar and images of a man playing a guitar in gold. A sign to the left of the door, done in large black letters, says For Those About To Rock, We Admit You! Everyone else, go home.

It's a comfortable place, located in the basement of 14 East 4th Street. The red brick walls are covered with memorabilia from various icons of rock and places in rock history, creating a feel similar to that of a Hard Rock Cafe.

The left wall has two bars separated by swinging doors which lead to and from the kitchen. Directly across from the entrance is a two foot high stage with all the equipment needed for acts to perform there. The right wall has three doors marked as restrooms: two for use by women and one by men.

Thirty square feet of open space for dancing and standing room is kept between the stage and the comfortable seating placed around tables which fill the remainder of the Cellar.

The lighting here is often kept dim for purposes of ambience, and when performers are onstage the place is loud enough to make conversation difficult. Just inside the door is a podium where location staff check IDs and stamp the hands of those under twenty-one with a substance visible under UV lights at the two bars and by devices the servers carry. On the podium's front is a sign with big black letters that just about explain it all: If You Don't Like Rock 'N' Roll, You're Too Late Now!

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