92 Bourne Ln, Ogunquit, ME 03907 (207) 646-4777
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7 Days a Week: 9:00am - 4pm EST

U. S. 207-646-4777

For most of our shows, Jonathan's offers three different types of tickets:

1. Premiere Section (yellow:) Includes premium area seating, the standard ticket price, a show credit & a dinner voucher for $25 to be used in our downstairs dining room before the show.

2. Show Plus Section (blue:) Includes the standard ticket price and a show credit which includes a choice of either dessert & coffee upstairs before the show or an alcoholic beverage coupon to be used upstairs for the show.

3. Show Only Section (green:) Includes the standard ticket price.

All types of tickets will have an additional ticketing/ service fee.


Make sure you make your dinner reservations in advance!

Jonathan's Reservations

Crystal Bowersox

Crystal Bowersox
New Date: July 17, 2021

Artist's Website: "Crystal Bowersox"

Crystal Bowersox doesn’t have to go any further than her own life to find songwriting narratives these days. Between relocating to Nashville, raising a 6-year-old boy as a single mother, managing her Type 1 diabetes and recently finalizing a dragged-out divorce, the singer-songwriter estimates she has enough material to fill four full-length albums. In 2010, Bowersox’s career launched after Season 9 of American Idol. The Ohio native’s rootsy, untamed take on tunes like “Me and Bobby McGee” and “Piece of My Heart,” fused with an infectious sardonic sensibility, seduced Idol audiences and judges. Simon Cowell referred to Bowersox as “the one everyone has to beat,” following her tearful rendition of Patty Griffin’s MLK-inspired “Up to the Mountain.” As an unruly underdog – with dreads, face piercings and tats – she inspired parallels to everyone from Ani DiFranco to Sheryl Crow to Janis Joplin.

Kaylee Federmann will be opening for Crystal!

This event held inside in our Upstairs Listening Room.