Hoot and Howl now open in Northfield Stapleton in the former Twisted Olive space

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This past weekend, Hoot and Howl, which recently opened in the former Twisted Olive space in Northfield Stapleton, celebrated its grand opening with performances by Lola Black, Scarlet Canary and Midnight Roulette. While the spot is a restaurant, it will also host live local music, open mike nights and karaoke on a weekly basis. Soul Crusher, Romeo Delight and Stereo Clone are among the bands slated to play venue in the coming weeks. Continue on for a first look at Hoot and Howl.

See also: Hoot and Howl, Sal's Street Food move into the Twisted Olive space

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