Time to put the spiders on the keys, Tampa. The Grove at Wesley Chapel is transforming into a massive (and multi-million dollar) entertainment destination. That begins with Treble Makers, a wonderfully named 6,000-square-foot dueling pianos bar.
Within days of Mark Gold purchasing The Grove property for the sum of $62.7 million dollars, Jaimie Hess and his brother Joe jumped at the opportunity to bring this piano bar/restaurant to the Wesley Chapel area.
They were actually the first to sign a lease at The Grove, according to a report by Wesley Chapel Neighborhood News.
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During normal business hours Hess plans to feature a solo pianist for diners to enjoy. After hours, a live dueling pianos show will being. This blogger is very much here for a rowdy piano bar.
The food menu will consist of American cuisine, with steaks being a main fixture on the menu.
Once open, the Hess brothers want to host karaoke on Wednesdays, live acoustic music on Thursdays and amazing dueling pianos on Friday and Saturday nights.
Treble Makers is in good company at The Grove. The Kilted Axe, an axe throwing venue, will grand open January 18, 2020. Double Branch Artisanal Ales, and a Brazilian burger joint could also open in 2020.
The Grove will also get its own dessert room featuring rolled ice cream, and New York- and Italian-inspired pastries.
Apparently a Putt Putt Mini Golf Course, and a trampoline park are also in the works.
Treble Makers is located at 6304 Wesley Grove Blvd. Follow the dueling piano bar on Facebook for updates.