Welcome to Swirl!
Live Music EVERY Friday and Saturday night! Amber playing Live at Swirl.
Chris LeBel Live at Swirl got people out of their seats dancing!
We are located in Blacksmith Square
The Courtyard at Swirl.
Live Music in the Courtyard at Swirl every Saturday from 3-6 pm.

Friday-Sunday: noon - 3pm

Wednesday: 5pm-9pm
Thursday: 5pm - 10pm
Friday: 3pm - 11pm
Saturday: 3pm - 11pm
Sunday: 3pm - 7pm
(925) 447 - 1400

Persimmon, Peppered Ricotta & Arugula Bruschetta

Beef Stew

Blackberry Cobbler

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Holiday Schedule

Thanksgiving: We will be CLOSED on Thursday November 26th and we will reopen Friday November 27th at 5pm

Christmas: We will be CLOSED Thursday December 24th and Friday December 25th. We will reopen Saturday December 26th at 12pm

New Year's: We will be OPEN Thursday December 31st, 5-10pm. Meredith McHenry and Michael Scott will be playing our 2nd Annual East Coast New Year's Celebration, 7-9pm!! We will be OPEN Friday January 1st, 5-11pm.

Swirl on the Square Events and Entertainment 

Thursday November 19th 7:30-9:30pm Team Trivia!  Gather your teams for Livermore's best battle of the brains! First-timers, if you want to check it out, any of our lovely teams would be happy to have you join them. Reservations are a must!

Friday November 20th 8-10pm Crowding Out Acoustic, Classic, Folk http://crowdingout.bandcamp.com/

Saturday November 21st 8-10pm Meredith McHenry and Michael Scott  Jazz, Pop, Rock, Blues - Mike & Mer do it all!!!  http://www.meredithmchenry.com/

Wine of the Week

Adelaida Cellars
2012 Keeper
Paso Robles

 Grenache 37%, Mourvèdre 29%, Syrah 13%, Counoise 10%, 
Cinsaut 6%, Carignane 5%

A Rhône style GSM using estate grown grapes from Adelaida’s Anna’s Vineyard. This year’s “model” reflects a re-ordering of the grapes and is technically a GMS+CCC. The key flavor contributors are the sweet berry spice of Grenache, the savory and wild herb-like personality of Mourvèdre and the smoked meat idiosyncrasy of Syrah. The Counoise, Cinsaut, and Carignane add bright berry tartness, more lush red fruit and an indefinable chaparral-underbrush character.