About Hideaway Cafe

The Hideaway Cafe & Recording Studio is St Petersburg's Original Listening Room! The Hideaway Cafe is an original music venue offering craft beer & wine and a simple, yet mouthwatering menu. Come catch an original (often live-recorded) showcase from some of the most talented local & nationally touring musicians.

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Art & Soul: Siobhan Monique, Jroc Jones, Mighty Jai and Curtis Davis at the Hideaway Cafe — 10.04.16

Creative Loafing article: http://www.cltampa.com/music/reviews/article/20836064/art-soul-welcomes-siobhan-monique-jroc-jones-mighty-jai-and-curtis-davis-to-the-hideaway-cafe-100416

by MICHAEL M. SINCLAIR

 

The first Tuesday of every month I make the 40-minute trip to St. Pete so I can partake in Art & Soul at The Hideaway Cafe. This monthly event, hosted by ... Read More

Creative Loafing's "Ask the Locals: Mayor Rick Kriseman"

A Hideaway mention in Creative Loafing's "Ask the Locals: Mayor Rick Kriseman"

Date nights: “THE HIDEAWAY is an incredible place to go for live music.

 

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The Perfect Hideaway: Bringing Original Music to the City of St. Petersburg

FloridaStateHomes.com

By Kelly Church

In a saturated world of bars with live music, the Hideaway Café is a breath of fresh air. This Nashville-esque venue calls St. Petersburg, FL home and owner John Kelly wears many hats. John not only comes from a musical background, but a culinary one as well and he incorporates the best of both worlds in his combination recording studio, original music venue and... Read More

Creative Loafing's "Ask the Locals: Olga Bof"

The Hideaway Cafe gets a mention in Creative Loafing's "Ask the Locals: Olga Bof".

Favorite worst-kept downtown secret: HIDEAWAY CAFE & RECORDING STUDIO.... Read More

The Music Issue 2014: Hideaway Cafe & Recording Studio

Creative Loafing, Music Issue 2014

by Scott Harrell

Just a few short years ago, the proprietors of this off-the-beaten-path St. Pete venue were very seriously considering doing away with regular live-music programming entirely, in favor of focusing on the space’s studio element (and, one supposes, its potential as a place for one-off special events). 

It’s a good thing nobody committed to that particular business plan, because these days... Read More