The Soundry is the name of the new concert hall Clyde’s Restaurant Group is putting into the former Tomato Palace space in neighboring Columbia, Maryland.
The one-time Italian restaurant that the local hospitality group shut down last summer is now projected to re-emerge as a multi-purpose entertainment venue — ”We will also be available for private events (everything from weddings to Ted Talks),” is how a Clyde’s spokeswoman described plans to make the most of the showplace being overseen by Hamilton Live personnel — later this spring.
Details about the “street food”-centric menu are scarce while the culinary team fleshes out the menu, but the Clyde’s aide did tell Eater that Clyde’s of Columbia executive chef Cesar Montesinos is in charge of filling in those blanks. The only item staff floated back when news of the changeover first broke was “tacos.”
No word yet on what type of bands or musical acts the venue plans to present. Team Clyde’s says the Soundry’s daily schedule will likely follow the Hamilton Live’s example and open/close based on the concert calendar.