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Heid Organ Tri0

Join us for dinner, cocktails and listen to some of D.C’s most talented local artists.

Bill Heid is an American soul jazz and hard bop jazz pianist and organist, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, probably better known for his work with musicians such as Koko Taylor, Henry Johnson and Fenton Robinson, among others.

Bill Heid came of age in the crucible that was Pittsburgh in its jazz heyday, hanging out at legendary Hill District clubs like the Hurricane Bar and the Crawford Grill. All the jazz greats regularly played in town back in the sixties and young Bill took every opportunity to sit in and learn from these masters. Bill’s organ sound is at once gritty and sophisticated and is flavored with Bill’s idiosyncratic style and unique vernacular. Now, after having spent a number of years working in Japan and touring all over the world for the U.S. State Department as a Jazz Ambassador, Bill is back stateside where he can be heard on organ and piano engagements at various venues in the Washington, D.C. area.

The first floor of Marvin is where live performances take the stage every Monday and Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The downstairs is closed to the public on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday but it is available for private events. The first floor opens at 6 pm and our full menu is available from 6 pm- 10pm. Showtime is 7-10 pm.

Reservations are available on Resy coming September 2019. In the meantime if you would like to make reservations please email events@marvindc.com with how many guests and what time you would like to make a reservation for.

Happy hour food and drink are available from opening until 7pm, Monday-Friday and includes

$4 Frites

$6 Mac & Cheese Croquettes

$8 Marinere Mussels

$11 Smoked Baby Back Ribs

$11 Red Curry Mussels

$12 Crab Cakes

$12 Crispy Chicken Sandwich served with frites

$13 Marvin Burger served with frites

Happy drinks include

$4 Stella

$5 Rail drinks

$6 Malbec or Sauvignon Blanc

$7 Jameson, Tito’s, Milagro

Earlier Event: September 15
Sunday Funday at Marvin
Later Event: September 17
Then and Now. Rare Grooves.