Hours

Kitchen Hours:
Tuesday-Thursday
11:30 A.M. – 10:00 P.M.

Friday-Saturday
11:30 A.M. – 11 P.M.

Sunday
11:30 A.M. – 9:00 P.M.

Bar Hours:
Tuesday-Thursday 1:00 A.M.

Friday-Saturday 2:00 A.M.

Sunday 9:00 P.M.

"Or Until Nobody is Drinking!"

Newsletter

Events

At Norton’s we’re all about good food and having fun. We feature live music and there’s never a cover charge. We also have lots of fun singing and dancing on Karaoke nights. Click our “Norton’s on Facebook” to the right to see our upcoming events.

Norton’s Music Palace: Live in FEBRUARY!

Saturday, February 4th:   THE HELLHOUNDS!
The Hellhounds are excited to be making their Norton’s Music Palace
debut with their eclectic blend of tasty cover tunes from
Dylan and The Dead to soulful originals. The Hellhounds lineup for
tonight includes the young guns Nic Barnum (guitar, vocals) & Alex Zeravica (drums)
with seasoned veterans Terry Moran (guitar, vocals),
Tom Bowling (electric violin), Phil Goldman (mandolin, vocals)
and Fred Koch (bass guitar, vocals).
Come on by and hear this popular north shore group!

Saturday, February 11th :   THE IVY FORD BAND!
Blues musician and enthusiast, Ivy Ford’s influences are:
Muddy Waters, Etta James, James Cotton, Koko Taylor and MANY more.
She’s currently backed by “The Cadillacs” featuring musicians:
Willie Rauch on bass, Tony Oncken on drums, Jeff Iwai on guitar
and Eric “Junior” Wilcox on harp and vocals.
Her voice is amazing & her stage presence is phenomenal!

Saturday, February 18th:  EDDIE DOMINO AND THE DOMINO EFFECT!
As a child growing up in New Orleans, Eddie Domino, nephew of the famed Fats Domino
began playing piano at the age of 9. Eddie began playing professionally in Chicago in the
early 70′s with Bobby Rush, and has traveled nationwide and in Europe, the songs of his uncle,
along with his own original ballads. Eddie Domino & His New Orleans Revue features a dynamic band
with a horn section and backup singers.

Saturday, February 25th:   THE CLASS OF ’68!
Classic Rock Favorites of the: British Invasion &
American ‘60s Groups. The Golden Age of the Top 40!
Stage Clothes and Vintage Instruments!
“…Class of 68 blows the doors off of all the other cover bands.
They have a better look and so much more genuine energy…”

 



 

 
 
 
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