The primary parking lot entrance for the Manor at Midtown is located off of Thomasville Road. Overflow parking is located in an adjacent lot at 1018 Thomasville Road. There is also limited street parking available on 5th Avenue. Please be aware of No Parking postings and the existence of nearby tow-away lots in the Midtown area!
We don’t have a set dress code here at Fifth & Thomas outside of the guidelines we’ve set in place to maintain the safety of our patrons! No excessively baggy clothing is permitted, and we do not allow weapons of any kind on the premises. The style of dress varies greatly (we see everything from casual wear to suits and cocktail attire), but we do encourage you to dress safely and to be conscious of shoe and clothing choices if you want to stand close to the stage or get down on the dance floor!
We also ask that all guests are aware of their noise level during a show. Unless otherwise posted, shows are not a listening room environment – we still want you to be able to enjoy yourself and cheer on the bands! We do ask, though, that you do your best to be courteous to those around you and to not distract from the true focal point of the show – the musicians themselves!
Commonly Asked Questions:
Q: How Do I Get My Ticket?
A: When you purchase a ticket to one of our concerts, your tickets are added to an electronic will call list that will be used for check-in the day of the show. There is no need to print a ticket, though we always suggest having some proof of payment on-hand just in case there’s ever an issue!
You, along with any guests you’ve purchased tickets for under your name, WILL need a valid form of identification (passport, state ID, etc.) to check in regardless of age, though! In addition, please be sure that anyone who has tickets purchased under your name gives the name of the purchaser at check-in!
Q: When Should I Arrive to Ensure a Good Seat?
A: The Mainstage is a partial-seated, partial-standing room environment. All tables in this area are first-come-first-grab, so you want to be sure to arrive early enough to get a good spot in the check-in line before those doors open!
It’s impossible to predict when guests will arrive, though we typically suggest arriving at least 30 minutes prior to door times if you are hoping to get a table in the Mainstage. Will Call opens when the doors to the show do, so we can’t guarantee that you’ll be able to check-in any earlier BUT this does allow you to keep an eye on the check-in line and grab a spot if it starts getting long.
Keep in mind that our front lounge will also be open before Mainstage to allow you to grab a cocktail or a bite to eat while you wait, and our sister pub Finnegan’s Wake opens at 2pm with additional drink options! Since all of our bars have interconnected tabs, you won’t even have to close out before you move to grab your spot in line!
Q: Can I Reserve a Table?
A: All tables in the room where the concert is occurring (Mainstage) are first-come-first-grab. However, for certain shows we do take reservations for our adjacent spaces – the Front Lounge, Patio, and Garden (weather permitting) during the precursory Preshow Party (when applicable). Reservations for a table in one of these spaces can be made by clicking here, where a full list of upcoming kitchen openings can also be found!
Q: Can I order food inside of the Mainstage?
A: Our kitchen primarily focuses on caterings and private events. However, we do pop-up dinners for ticketed shows on some occasions! Kitchen openings can be found on our calendar. If the kitchen is open, we will be serving food from 6pm until 9:30pm and food service does also take place inside of Mainstage. However, this area’s service style is a bit more informal given the nature of the event! Orders can be placed at the bar or with one of our cocktail waiters or waitresses who float on the floor to aid in service until 9:30pm! To start getting tempted, take a look at our menu by clicking here! If our kitchen is not open during the show though, outside food is permitted on premise!
Q: Does the bar close after the show ends?
A: Absolutely not! Following all Friday and Saturday shows, some of the best live DJs in the area hit the decks to transition the venue into a full late night club that stays open until 2am! Expect the drinks to keep flowing and the dance floor to open up for a full night of partying! Oh, and did we mention that our late night club scene is always NO COVER? Ages 21+ only, though! For more information on which DJ will be featured when, check out our complete show calendar by clicking here!
Even following our weekday shows, THE PARTY DOESN’T END WHEN THE MUSIC DOES! Our bartenders will continue to service until the crowd dies down, and our sister pub Finnegan’s Wake right next door stays open until 2am to continue to party! All tabs are interconnected between the two bars too, which means you won’t have to rush to close your tab when the concert ends if you want to keep the fun going late into the night!
Q: Why does the staff sometimes move tables, stools and chairs following the performance?
A: Following all Friday and Saturday shows, the dance floor opens up following the live band for our late night DJ led dance party! To provide enough room for dancing and in an effort to decrease the likelihood of injuries or damage, we do our best to clear enough space for everyone to let loose! Not to worry, though – the coppertops and booths around the exterior of the Mainstage stay, meaning there should always be plenty of seating – especially for those people in need of a rest after dancing the night away at a ticketed concert.