What do Mumbai salad, feta cheese and pianos have in common?

Experience an Element of family fun at Castlegar’s reinvented bar and grill

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Tickle your tastebuds while they tickle the ivories at Element Club Bar and Grill in Castlegar, now under new management with a brand-new menu featuring, among other scrumptious choices, baby back ribs and Mumbai salads.

Now about those pianos…

Get ready for Burn ‘N’ Mahn Duelling Pianos, a spontaneous live dinner show, featuring every type of music and thousands of songs. You pick it, they play it!

While Burn ’N’ Mahn duel over the tunes, you and the family can duel over the best fries in town!

The event is coming to The Element on June 18 at 8 p.m. Nightclub doors open at 7 p.m.

“It’s a really great show,” said Sandy Venn, who owns the restaurant with her sister, Anne Sears. She recommends making dinner reservations. Tickets are $13 or $10 with dinner.

To see what Burn ‘N’ Mahn is all about, visit www.burnnmahn.com.

A thank you

The Element’s new operators would like to thank the Castlegar community for their patience while they work through the growing pains of being new owners. They are excited to serve their customers, both new and old.

To learn more about The Element Club Bar & Grill, visit www.clubelement.ca or call 250-365-8066.

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