Raising the (Tin) Roof in Delray Beach

Whether you’re hitting the town for some live music, food and drinks, or just a good time in general, look no further than Tin Roof in Delray Beach!

Featuring two bars, two stages, and a big, beautiful patio, Tin Roof offers live music seven nights a week, as well as delectable food and drinks in a casual, eclectic environment.

Liven up your weeknights with acoustic tunes during dinner as well as a mix of local, regional, and touring musical acts. When it’s time to dance your way through the weekend, you’ll experience some of the country’s best bands playing all of your favorite songs and a dance floor that’s raising the roof until closing time.

“Nothing brings people together like music, and we want to keep building stages that grant more opportunities to showcase a variety of local talent,” says Tin Roof’s CEO, Bob Franklin.

In addition to great entertainment, the Roof serves lunch and dinner daily featuring a Southern inspired made from scratch “better than bar food” menu. Some menu highlights include the sausage and cheese plate, the Nashville hot chicken, and the voodoo shrimp. It’s safe to say, the chefs at Tin Roof rock just as much as the musicians do.

Voodoo Shrimp

From trivia to themed brunches, to Christmas in July, and Tin Roofaoke (karaoke), the Roof is not just the place to be for live music, but so much more. Fun fact—Tin Roof was originally founded in Nashville and many major country acts (including Luke Combs & Florida Georgia Line) made their way to the big stage after playing at Tin Roof!

There’s always something happening under this roof. Stay tuned by checking out the calendar on Tin Roof Delray’s website: tinroofdelraybeach.com.

This post is sponsored by Tin Roof Delray.