Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Perks of The Paramount

In just under 3 years, The Paramount has quickly established itself as the premier venue on Long Island: the 20th largest media market in the US, with nearly 2.5 million households.  With over 38,500 Facebook fans, The Paramount has become the #1 spot on Long Island for live entertainment. Just like fine wine, The Paramount gets better with age and if you don’t believe us check out what gives us the edge.
  1. Intimacy. Our small venue helps create an intimate setting for seeing artists you love; allowing you to see your favorite musician with around 1,000 of your closest friends. The venue is versatile in seating arrangements; for those who want to rock out standing on the floor, or others who choose to sit, we can accommodate both.  
  2. Food. We aren’t just another bar, we serve food too! Our menu consists of delicious dishes like; homemade kettle chips with mascarpone bacon dip, turkey meatball parmigiano sliders with tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella,  and garlic knots, chicken avocado sandwiches and veggie spring rolls with sesame glaze just to name a few. So, next time you stop by The Paramount, ask one of our cocktail waitresses for a menu. 
  3. Parking. The Town of Huntington, New York is implementing a FREE valet parking option… just in time for summer! This FREE valet parking will be in effect starting Friday, June 20th. It will be available from 9am Friday to 1am Saturday using a portion of the municipal parking lot between New and Green Streets, south of Main Street. For more information please visit the town's website.
The Paramount’s versatility, intimacy and 1920’s-themed VIP Founder’s Room – styled in a speakeasy setting; have amazed bands, their fans and guests alike. These are just a few of The Paramount perks; to stay updated on new announcements and offer codes, sign up for our FREE e-newsletter on our website. Make sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and we’ll continue to present sold-out shows, featuring the best in live entertainment on Long Island.

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