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Wild Ivories - Closed

1400 Market St.
Denver, CO 80202
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Eric Gruneisen

Started by former Sing Sing dueling piano veterans, Wild Ivories gives their former employer a run for their money as the only other dueling piano bar in LoDo. Housed in the former Buca di Beppo location, the joint brings in a hip crew of versatile and hilarious dueling pianists -- some of whom play other instruments, as well -- Tuesday through Saturday, and the place gets crowded on the weekends with groups and bachelorette parties. The upscale atmosphere is completed by two white grand pianos built by the same company that's created pianos for Elton John. In addition to the dueling-piano experience, dueling DJs spin at Juke, a dance club downstairs, which is open on weekends.

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  • Wild Ivories and Juke closed yesterday
    Wednesday, August 10, 2011 at 4:57 p.m. by Jon Solomon

    Not too long after opening in June of 2010, Wild Ivories dueling piano bar hit a few sour notes when Tim Kirkland, one of the club's partners, discovered that Caz Bzdek, the club's founder, was running up a bunch of bills with const...

  • Wild Ivories hit some sour notes, but the show must go on
    Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 8:08 a.m. by Jon Solomon

    There have been some discordant notes over at Wild Ivories, the dueling piano bar that opened in June at 1400 Market Street, in the former home of Buca di Beppo. On the day the club opened, Tim Kirkland, one of the partners in the v...

  • Wild Ivories moving into Buca de Beppo space
    Monday, April 19, 2010 at 3:57 p.m. by Patricia Calhoun

    Denver's about to get dueling dueling piano bars. Chez Cirque, which will feature dueling pianos and other entertainment options, is set to open this coming weekend in the Landmark project in Greenwood Village; you can read all abou...

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