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The Geist Cabaret

Fridays and Saturdays 6-9 pm, Nov 30, 2012 | $2 cover charge
 
Join us every Friday and Saturday in the Geist Cabaret for an evening of lively piano and vocals. Dine above the cottonwoods in Santa Fe's newest bistro, Alto! Check our website to download the music schedule, small plates menu, and wine list!

Phone: 505-984-2645
Address:
540 Montezuma Ave.,

87501
Website: http://www.pranzosantafe.com

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