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A Change In Scene

Have you heard the winds of change?  If you haven't, you need to get out more!  They're blowing right through downtown where the nightlife scene is rockin'.  Let's face it; five years ago the nightlife scene was on life support.  Fast forward to today.  The nightlife scene is hot with great bars and clubs that are breathing new life into the downtown core.  Zola, Marquee, Bistango, Scratch Restaurant & Rain Lounge, Uno, The Knitting Factory, the list could go on.  All are receiving rave reviews and all offer something unique and different.  But what am I most excited about?  Three words:  dueling piano bar!  Though still in the renovation process, Gibliano Brothers Dueling Piano Bar & Music House is set to open in the old 24 Hour Fitness Building at 418 W Riverside.  For those of you who don't know, dueling piano entertainment involves two musicians who play pianos onstage, take song requests from the audience, and bring audience members onstage to perform karaoke-style.  How cool will that be!  It's just another awesome arrow in Spokane's nightlife quiver.  What do you think about the addition of a dueling piano bar?  What, if anything, do you think Spokane still needs in its nightlife repertoire?



Spokane has changed tremendously in the past few years, with new nightlife venues popping up all over the place. A few websites have popped up to try and step up to the challenge of organizing the chaos that is Spokane nightlife, like and I suggest you check them out next time you are looking for a night on the town!

On November 24, 2008 at 12:00 AM anonymous wrote:

I was also at the event and Press was a great host! You gotta try the Grapefruit martini - delish! One of my faves is Twigs. There are three in town (downtown, South Hill, northside) so there is one close no matter where I am and they have a punch card to encourage you to try all of their 36 martinis. It's a great place to get the girls together to kick off a Girls' Night Out!

On November 24, 2008 at 12:00 AM anonymous wrote:

Speaking of a change in scene, has anybody been to Press yet? I visited this new South Hill locale on Thursday for an SSYP event, and then again on Friday for drinks with a friend because I couldn't get enough. Press definitely fills a much needed niche in Spokane offering DOMA coffee, chocolate drinks, fresh baked deserts, 12 beers on tap, a full-bar and wines from all over the world. Not to mention free Wi-fi and a patio that will be perfect for those warm sunny days. Add to the equation Press's sweet decor and open, airy feel, and you've got my new "spot" in Spokane.

On November 24, 2008 at 12:00 AM anonymous wrote:

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