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(509) 747-2174

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228 W Sprague Ave Spokane, WA, 99201
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  • Austyn Cunningham 5 days ago

    Nice Place, fun bar to go see a concert at. I saw St. Lucia there last year, small venue of about 150 people standing. Drinks are a bit Pricey $8-$9 for a cocktail and ~$5 for a beer.

  • Kelsey Zaches 12 days ago

    Almost always a good time. Standing room only and a long line at the bar are the biggest detractors.

  • Seth Gossler 23 days ago

    Really fun smaller venue for shows. Intimate concerts, and great drinks at the bar. Only real downside is there's one toilet.

  • Barbara Baldwin 132 days ago

    A beautiful venue! But--you don't have to be over 20 to be invisibly disabled.For great acoustic bands, like Mandarin Orange, and JOSEPH? I Can't stand UP, the entire concert, and don't want my friends to feel obligated to hang back with me.Maybe... just a few handicapped chairs, in keeping with the aesthetic of the venue? When I go to the Apple Store to browse, or have my Mac looked at? It's a similar tale.No chairs with backs--little bouncy balls for kiddos. They MISS the $$$$$ I might spend, IF I had somewhere to SIT and browse through products. A lovely venue --the Bartlett is!.But if you're not able to stand for length of a great concert? It's demoralizing. It's 2016:There should be some way to accommodate enthusiastic new folk, who just need NOT to stand for entire concert. Blessings!

  • Charley Berrier 166 days ago

    I am an above average local solo performer and published singer songwriter- I had tried several times to play the open Mic. I will not beg, grovel or compete with locals to get a coveted spot on the stage that comes around once a month. Who ever runs this gig is not presenting local talent to the public- they are making local talents fight for stage time. The wanna be's snap up the play time and musicians like me just go play somewhere else. I gave three stars for the whole place and withheld 2 stars for creating a sign up frenzy culture among my peers. Idaho Charley

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