With its exposed brick walls and two open floors surrounding a grand piano and otherwise intimate performance space, there's a backstage feel here. It's difficult to find an empty night on the performance calendar. Live music ranges from blues and jazz to salsa, tango, swing, and folk, and there are comedians, open mic nights, dancing, and ukele jam sessions. The entrance is across the parking lot at the end of Tyler Street. There's a cover charge ($5 to $30) most nights. Reservations are recommended; some premium acts require a seven-day cancellation notice. The dinner menu features Pacific Northwest cuisine with Mediterranean, Cajun, Indian, Russian and Balkan influences.