Tammany Hall

Bar or Pub

General Information: 43 Pleasant St
Worcester, MA 01609
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No Smoking Handicap Accessible
Hours: 4 PM-2 AM Sunday - Saturday

Music: Blues, Classic Rock, Folk, Indie, Oldies, Pop, Reggae, Rock, Ska, Soft Rock

Tammany Hall is located smack dab in the middle of downtown Wormtown (that's Worcester, of course) near the corner of Main Street and Pleasant Street and has free parking located at the corner of Pleasant Street and Chestnut Street.

Tammany Hall is the oldest continuously operated club in Worcester. Some of Tammany Hall's long and rich history includes a time in which Tammany Hall was once a speak-easy during Prohibition and later Tammany Hall hosted many soon-to-be-big bands such as the Cars and J. Geils before they hit the national stage. Tammany Hall is the premier live music venue in Central Massachusetts and we feature talented local, regional and national acts. We offer something for every musical taste, from stellar tribute acts, to the hottest up and coming local bands, jambands, folk and bluegrass groups, fusion bands and we feature local DJ's. With an impressive stage, lighting rig and top quality sound equipment, Tammany Hall is still the best and only place to see live music 5-days a week.

In addition, Tammany Hall features two billiards tables, Golden Tee, Trivia Whiz, 4 large screen t.v.'s.

Our club is famous not only for our impressive weekly live music selection but also for our laid-back atmosphere and friendly staff.

If you're looking for a good time with no attitude, look no further.

Tammany Hall's got it all!

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