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Music

Monk's House of Jazz

Shots of Local Nightlife

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Monk’s House of Jazz is always a fine below-ground spot to relax with a drink—especially when bands like Salt Lake City’s iAndale! are on the bill. One of the more consistently fun and exciting venues in town, Monk’s is also one of the better unassuming places to see and be seen. Even City Weekly’s own Bill Frost was on hand enjoying the music, so it has to be a classy joint. Triggers and Slips also shared the bill performing for the Friday night crowd.

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1. Bar

2. Morgan Snow, Erica Taylor

3. Stephanie Marlow, Brian Mink

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