Infinity Music Hall & Bistro

Toad the Wet Sprocket plays Infinity Music Hall & Bistro in Hartford in August 2014.
Photo: Bill Shettle | Blue Chip Photograhy

Among Hartford’s newest entertainment venues is Infinity Music Hall & Bistro, a music and dining hot spot located in the city’s Front Street District. Infinity Hall’s dinner-and-a-show concept is modeled on Infinity Hall’s popular Norfolk, Connecticut, location and features a similar four-star casual bistro dining menu of New American fare, sandwiches, small plates, and entrées. Diners can enjoy a meal before the show or seated in the mezzanine during the performance (or even without having to see a show). Infinity Hall’s music experience is intimate and real; patrons experience the sound of each performance through pristine acoustics with about 500 of their closest friends. And with 250 performances each year, there is something for every musical taste, including jazz, folk, classic rock, indie and alt rock, and even some local acts. Infinity Hall Hartford is located at 32 Front Street. For more information, visit

Editor’s note: We have learned that Sheldon Crosby ’71 and Hilary Donald, partners at L’ARC Architects, were the architects/interior designers of Infinity Hall Hartford. L’ARC Architects also designed the glass-sided exhibition courts in Trinity’s Kellner Squash Center.