My Father’s Place returns to the Roslyn Hotel

My Father’s Place returns to the Roslyn Hotel
My Father's Place on Bryant Avenue before shutting down in 1987. (Photo courtesy of Steven Rosenfield)

After a three-year hiatus, My Father’s Place is returning to The Roslyn Hotel this fall to present a slate of shows starting on Sept. 22.

The supper club that gave up-and-coming artists a stage was founded by Michael “Eppy” Epstein in 1971 and originally located at 19 Bryant Avenue in Roslyn.

The club historically hosted a myriad of famous acts before they performed on larger stages for larger crowds, including Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel and U2.

My Father’s Place closed in 1987 but reopened in 2018 at a new location ­– the Roslyn Hotel. Although Epstein’s “dream club” was built there, the pandemic and operational disputes forced it to close in 2020.

Now, three years later, My Father’s Place Returns to the Roslyn Hotel to bring a fall lineup of artists, many paying homage to musicians well-known and loved by many.

The show lineup kicks off with Absolute Adele, a tribute performance of the famed British singer by Jennifer Cella. Other performances scheduled are Liverpool Shuffle on Oct. 8, Aztec Two-Step 2.0 on Oct. 20 and The Dictators on Oct. 27.

Most shows, which are presented by My Father’s Place Founder Epstein, will begin at 8 p.m. and dinner will be served during the two hours prior to the show’s beginning from 6-8 p.m.

Reservations are not accepted for the shows and seating is on a first-come-first-serve basis.

In tandem with the show’s performers, The Roslyn Hotel will also be serving dinner to attendees. And dinner will be available in the hotel’s adjacent restaurant.

My Father’s Place also presents shows in Glen Cove at The Metropolitan at 3 Pratt Boulevard, which has its own lineup of shows for attendees to enjoy.

The full lineup for both locations can be found on My Father’s Place’s website.

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