We stopped at the Troubadour last weekend. I felt pretty stupid for not having been there previouisly. We've been going to Berkeley Springs, off and on, for about 10 years and had never heard of it. It's a great place and a great time.
On Firday night, they had a great local rock/rockabilly band that played indoors. We went back the next night and they had another great rock band (Weber Brothers) that played at the outdoor stage. Both venues were great. We also got a personal tour of the place on Friday night from Jim McCoy, the owner and country western legend. He's a real class act and very hospitable.
The Troubadour is a honky tonk bar with an outstanding outdoor venue. It's probably the best bar I've ever been too. I'm hoping to return for Labor Day weekend, despite the fact that it's about a 2 1/2 drive for me.
If you get the chance to visit the Troubadour, make sure you get directions. It's about 6-7 miles off of Route 522 and you have to drive over a lot of country roads that aren't well marked. We got lost the first night.
I highly recommend it for anyone who's going to be in the Berkeley Springs area.
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