Tryst Lounge is back by popular demand. So long, Dive On Fifteenth

In April, Tryst owner Paul Piciocchi closed Tryst for a week, did some remodeling and opened Dive on Fifteenth in its place. Turns out that a lot of people who had been coming to Tryst since it opened six years ago, wanted their old spot back. So Piciocchi's giving the people what they want by bringing back the Tryst name, but keeping the face lift. The club now has new nights, new promoters, new DJs and more.

To kick things off, you can drink free (well, wine, domestics) tonight, July 23 from 5 p.m. to midnight by going to the club's Facebook page, clicking the "Like" button and they'll add you to the VIP list.

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Jon Solomon writes about music and nightlife for Westword, where he's been the Clubs Editor since 2006.
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