Mitch Woods is one of the top dance bands...anywhere. From the first number of the first set he lays down nothing but solid, dance tunes, one after another. Boogie-woogie, swing, and blues, with a side order of zydeco. From the crowd on the dance floor, I would say he mixed it up "right nice." The band just released a new CD named "Gumbo Blues" so the night was like a visit to New Orleans without the drunken college students, humidity, and crowds of tourists.
The crowd ate it up. The "crowd" was mostly in their 50s and 60's with a friendly mix of younger and older folks. The brewing company is not about dressing to impress and drinking premium liquor. It has a real "locals" feel and is as unpretentious as they get, Although the "big easy" infused music of Mitch Woods and band were a little something special for Father's Day, all the bands at the brewing co. seem to know how to cater to a boomer audience.
You owe it to yourself to take a short run down to Princeton by the Sea. Have a seat around one of the braziers on the patio. Meet some nice people while sitting around the fire sipping a signature IPA made in-house by the Half Moon Bay Brew Co. When the music starts you don't have to worry about losing your spot/seat.