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Join us at Grendel's Den Restaurant & Bar for the second of four "Bards & Booze" events with Master Story-Teller, Odds Bodkin. Master Storyteller and Musician
January 22nd Show:
Odds Bodkin presents the epic tale of Gaia, first Titan of the ancient Greeks, her Titan
children, Earth's creation and the eventual overthrow of the Titans by Zeus
and Gaia's Olympian grandchildren. Based of Hesiod's Theogony (Birth of the Gods)
set down in 700 B.C., the tale is performed with a 12-string guitar score, character voices
and vocal effects, interspersed with Greek mythological lore described during
Celtic harp extemporizations.
Tickets are for reserved premium table-seating and Bar stool reserved seating at 5 PM for a 5:30 PM performance of theFall of the Titans: The Original Game of Thrones. Dinner & Drink menu themed around the performance will be available for purchase, as well as Grendel's Den regular offerings (visit www.grendelsden.com for menu). Program length is approximately 90 minutes.
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Grendel's Den Restaurant & Bar
Grendel's Den opened in 1971 by Herbert and Sue Kuelzer. Their daughter Kari started running the restaurant in 2003. Grendel's is known as a "dyed-in-the-wool Harvard Square place" and is known to the Cambridge and Harvard University community as a comfortable, down-to-earth place to have food and drinks at fabulous prices. In 1982, Grendel's won an historic court case in the US Supreme Court, which enabled us to use our liqour license and changed existing laws in 9 states. Read the decision by clicking HERE.
Grendel's Den prides itself on an hand-picked selection of imported and domestic beers from breweries large and small. You will find drinkable, flavorful local gems, far-flung discoveries, and customer favorites from classics like Guinness to 'cheap' stuff like 'Gansett. We take our food as seriously as we do our beer and make all of our menu items fresh from Grendel's own recipes. We are located in a basement hideaway on the cobbled walkways of Winthrop Street.