Piano bar Howl at the Moon and boutique bowling alley Splitsville Luxury Lanes opened in August 2016 inside the space previously occupied by Toby Keith’s at The Banks. Phil Didion | WCPO contributor
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Another venue at The Banks entertainment district Downtown closed Monday. New Year's Eve was the last night for Howl at the Moon and Splitsville Luxury Lanes, a combined attraction.
No new tenants are waiting in the wings.
Since The Banks opened about six years ago, several other bars and restaurants have come and gone: Johnny Rockets, WG Kitchen & Bar, Mahogany's, Crave, Santo Graal among them.
Which leads us to our What You Said question this week: What would you like to see at The Banks?
If you don't hang out at The Banks much, what would bring you there?
If you do, what else would you like to see that might help this big riverfront development succeed?
Please share your opinions with us, and we'll publish some of the most interesting and representative in our What You Said feature later this week.
There are a few ways you can share your thoughts:
You can share your written thoughts, a video file, an audio file or simply a tweet or Facebook comment.
There are just some basic ground rules:
That's about it. We'll publish What You Said later this week.
You can also go to our Feedback Friday page and share your thoughts there on the issues of the day.