7 Mile House

Established in 1858, the historic 7 Mile House is a family and dog-friendly restaurant, sports bar, and live music venue serving up homestyle American and Filipino food.

Established in 1853, the historic 7 Mile House is a family and dog-friendly restaurant, sports bar, and live music venue in the San Francisco Bay Area serving up a unique mix of homestyle Italian/American/Filipino food.

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Shows from 7-10PM. NO COVER. Reservations welcome.


- ***ALL DAY*** HAPPY HOUR: $5 Appetizers, Craft Beer, Wine, Shots and Classic Cocktails

- Dog Menu 2-Stamp Tuesday (All Day): Join our V.I.D. Club (Very Important Dog)! Come to 7 Mile House with your dog and V.I.D. stamp card 4 times and get your doggie’s 5th meal free. However on Tuesdays, your pooch’s meal gets stamped twice for faster redemption of that yummy free meal!

The Prohibition Mob Band, led by Roberta Donnay, is a vintage jazz and swing band that employs 1920-30s swing, blues, and roots music in the jazz tradition. The ensemble's mission is to explore, celebrate, and promote America's jazz roots by interpreting vintage material as well as contributing original works reminiscent of the Jazz Age. Roberta Donnay & the Prohibition Mob Band have been touring the U.S. since 2012. The Prohibition Mob Band releases its third CD, "My Heart Belongs To Satchmo" on Blujazz in March 2018. This new record is devoted to the early music of Louis Armstrong, continuing the band's tradition of resurrecting both well-known and obscure vintage music. Previously, the group released "A Little Sugar" (2012) and "Bathtub Gin" (2015) on Motema. "A Little Sugar" spent 9 weeks on the Jazz radio charts, and "Bathtub Gin" was named one of the Best Albums of 2015 by DownBeat Magazine. 

Award-winning singer and composer Roberta Donnay has been performing and recording for more than two decades. Prior to forming the Prohibition Mob Band, she recorded with legendary producer Orrin Keepnews and was a member of Dan Hicks & the Hot Licks. Donnay's music spans multiple genres, including writing for film and TV.

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"She is an endangered species." - Dr. Herb Wong

With her singularly enticing sound, few contemporary vocalists are as well suited to dustily vintage material as jazz-blues stylist Roberta Donnay. – Jazz Times

Roberta Donnay is a Jazz Age preservationist, guardian of Depression-era sounds, and extender of traditions, but her music isn't covered with cobwebs or dated in any way. - All About Jazz

This jazz baby makes the '20s roar again and swings out '30s tunes buoyantly enough to float away even the Great Depression… - San Jose Mercury News

Donnay's voice could make any classic material sound wondrous and timeless, but the fact that she digs so deep into American musical history -- makes A Little Sugar not only sweet, but a recording that will stand the test of time.- All Music Guide

Once in awhile, a talent comes along that’s an undeniable force of nature. Roberta Donnay, the driving wheel behind Roberta Donnay and the Prohibition Mob Band, fits that description. - Music and More Arizona

Musicians can take on the role of anthropologist, curious about what came before in music and how musicians reflected their world around them. Award-winning vocalist and songwriter Roberta Donnay is that rare species of musician who almost lives in another time, as she and her Prohibition Mob Band exist to revive the Jazz Age of America. – Motema

DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE 4 stars **** Stylistic kind to flappers of the anything goes 1920s, Roberta Donnay has a silky, clean voice that is a small marvel of geniality, rarely dipping into touchy-feely cuteness. She's drawn to material from the canon of American songs recorded between the two world wars. All the while, the well-groomed, jazz-inclined Prohibition Mob Band motors along spiritedly. – DownBeat 2015

Donnay takes old school jazz, makes it new cool and most of all makes it fun. It swings and it swings hard. Old school has never sounded better and Roberta Donnay is certainly a name to remember! (5 stars) — Brent Black's @ Critical Jazz blog 

Hours of Operation:      

Sundays 10am-8pm;      Mondays & Tuesdays 11:30am-10pm (kitchen till 9pm);       Wednesdays & Thursdays 11:30am-11pm (kitchen till 9pm);       Fridays & Saturdays 11:30am-1am (kitchen till 10pm)

2800 Bayshore Blvd. Brisbane, CA 94005
(415) 467-2343