As part of the Wazee Supper Club's big remodel, which begins tomorrow and continues for three weeks, the 38-year-old pizza-and-beer joint will be bringing in all new furniture. Which means they have to get rid of the old stuff.
So anyone who wants to remember the old look -- and sit or dine off their old memories -- can buy a piece of the place. The Wazee is selling its tables, chairs (including 72 chrome and 19 brushed chrome chairs), and its curved booths that currently face the bar. (It is keeping the straight booths.)
"I need them all out on Friday," general manager Shannon Baker told Westword while we were saying goodbye to the Wazee's unusual keg drop, which is also getting canned. "If someone wants to own a little piece of the Wazee, tables or chairs, they can."
Call, stop in or send them a message.
The Wazee should reopen sometime in May and will hold a 38th birthday at that time.
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