Wild Ivories and Juke closed yesterday

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 construction, marketing, advertising and vendors. As a result, when

the club opened in the former Buca de Beppo space

, it did so in severe debt. While they kept it going a while longer, we've just learned that Wild Ivories and Juke, the dance club downstairs, went dark yesterday.

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