Toe-Tappin' Tree House
What do you get when you combine a breezy rooftop terrace, a rare live music venue, and a cozy lounge area? The Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge covers all those bases and still has expansive visions for its future.
Anchoring the eastern end of Magnolia Avenue is a repurposed building that is humming a new tune. Not only did Bill Smith breathe new life into the historic building that once housed the Lions Club, he filled it with music and lively conversation.
The building’s massive footprint left ample room for the loft-like open lounge and bar area inside and an intimate music hall, complete with performance stage and state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems. Then he crowned it all with a huge outdoor deck upstairs to take in views of downtown and enjoy the mature live oak trees, whose branches are adorned with twinkle lights and seem to sway to the beat.