The Round House Bar is an island institution steeped in tradition. For more than 140 years, thousands of visitors to Put-in-Bay have walked through this watering hole’s doors -- and for good reason. The Round House Bar boasts a unique character and feel that make it a memorable destination. It’s truly a one-of-a-kind island destination with deep roots in musical entertainment and good times.
The Round House Bar has long been known for the neon “Whiskey” light above the front door. The Put-in-Bay summer season begins and ends at this establishment every year. The season is launched by the annual Whiskey Lighting Ceremony and then ended with 'The Wake'. Throughout the season, it's best known for live entertainment and buckets of beer. The exterior of the building was adorned with the American flag in 2013 to commemorate the 14th anniversary of the bar and the bicentennial celebration of The Battle of Lake Erie.
Entertainment that is Bar-None
The Round House Bar at Put-in-Bay is known for its top-notch entertainment. With a full schedule of musicians and comedians throughout peak season, there’s never a dull moment at The Round House. Visitors often schedule their Put-in-Bay trip just to see one of their favorite acts take the stage.
One of The Round House Bar’s staple entertainers is Mike “Mad Dog” Adams, who keeps visitors entertained with his energetic comedy and music routine. Grab a bucket of beer and pull up a seat for “Perch Church” during weekends throughout the summer.
Located on Delaware Avenue and close to all of the action and great things to do while visiting Put-in-Bay, The Round House Bar is the perfect place to duck into for a quick beer and a good time among friends.
Stop by the Round House Bar during your visit to Put-in-Bay for great drinks and exceptional entertainment. The experience is truly one for the books. You won’t want to miss it!