Q: What is the phone number?
A: Somar does not have a phone number because during the day we’re closed so we’re not there to answer it and, during the evening, we’re busy with our customers and we probably wouldn’t be able to hear it ring. But you can contact Somar through Instagram, Facebook, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: I lost my driver’s license/ID. What other identification is acceptable?
A: The only other identification that is acceptable must have a photo of you with your name and address. Sorry but temporary paperwork from DMV is not acceptable. Please keep in mind that Somar’s license requires every person to have a bona fide identification when on their premises.
Q: Do you have bottle service?
A: Sorry we do not have bottle service.
Q: Is there a cover charge?
A: Somar has a cover charge on Friday and Saturday nights only, and for a New Year’s Eve party. The Friday/Saturday cover charge is $10 and starts at 10 pm.
Q: Is there a guest list and how do I get on it?
A: Somar does not offer a guest list for general entry but some times the DJs do when they’re performing at Somar. The best way to find out if a DJ is offering a guest list is to follow Somar’s Facebook and Instagram pages.
Q: Do you take reservations?
A: Yes we take reservations. Whether you’re interested in a fundraiser or group gathering we will do all we can to accommodate you. Please select from the links above for the reservation request that fits your needs.
Q: Do you take reservations on weekends?
A: We take reservations for Thursday and Friday only from 4:30 to 8:30 pm.
Q: What is the dress code?
A: Somar’s dress code is you must wear clothes and shoes. Men must wear a shirt; no topless men please. Same for women.
Q: Can someone under 21 years of age come in for my event and/or if they don’t drink alcohol?
A: No. By law, you must be 21 years of age or older to enter a bar for any reason. Even if it’s a private event, you must be 21 years of age or older. Please be aware that if someone under the age of 21 is found on the premises, it threatens Somar’s license to be in business.