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Howl at the Moon Review

The dueling pianists at Howl at the Moon attract a rowdy crowd that delights in belting out popular tunes. Reservations aren't accepted, but party packages are available if you're willing to shell out beaucoup bucks (around $150).

Updated: 06-11-2013

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    DO NOT reserve a table at Howl at the Moon!! I entered into a contract and paid for reservations for 3 tables at Howl at the Moon for my birthday earlier this year. Periodically throughout the night one of my tables would be empty (people out smoking or gathered around the other 2 tables) and a group of women repeatedly took over the table. I explained to them that I paid over $100 to reserve that table for the night but they refused to move so we alerted our server who called the bouncer. It took a while for the bouncer to actually get them to move. This happened numerous time and after a couple of times of calling the bouncer over to kick them off the table we talked to the manager on duty. He said there was nothing he could do (how about telling them if they do it one more time that they would have to leave?) and to call the person I signed the reservation contract with to discuss a refund for that table since we could not sit at it for half the night. Well, to make a long story short I got the run around. I had a lawyer send corporate a letter regarding their breach of contract (not honoring the reservation of all 3 tables that I paid for) and they immediately responded with a refund.

    by ChicagoAlleyCat, 11/13/10

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